CELT document T100004

Annals of Inisfallen

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Annals of Inisfallen

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AI433
     AI433.1

    Kl. The first feria [Sunday]. Conversion of the Scotti to the Christian Faith.

AI434
     AI434.1

    Kl. The first prey by the Saxon from Ireland.[AU 434].

AI435
     AI435.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday]. Orosius and Cyril flourished in the doctrine. [AU 435, 436].

     AI435.2

    Great snow.

AI436
     AI436.1

    Kl. Death of king Bresal Brec. [AU 435, 436].

AI437
     AI437.1

    Kl. The ninth of the moon. Beginning of the Great Circle.

AI438
     AI438.1

    Kl. The twentieth of the moon.

AI439
     AI439.1

    K. The first feria [Sunday]. Secundinus, Auxilius, and Isserninus are sent to help Patrick; nevertheless, not they, but Patrick alone held the apostleship. [AU 439].

AI440
     AI440.1

    Kl. The second feria [Monday], twelfth of the moon.

     AI440.2

    Repose of Augustine, a learned man. [AU 440].

     AI440.3

    Death of Maine, son of Niall [Naígiallach], and ... [AU 440].

AI441
     AI441.1

    Kl. The approval of Saint Patrick in the Catholic Faith. [AU 441].

AI442
     AI442.1

    Kl. The fourth of the moon. A comet appeared.

 p.59
AI443
     AI443.1

    Kl. Patrick flourished in the doctrine of Christ. [AU 443].

AI444
     AI444.1

    Kl. An eclipse of the sun in the ninth hour.

AI445
     AI445.1

    Kl. The third [feria]. Theodosius, who reigned twenty-six years.

     AI445.2

    Nath Í, son of Fiachra, [died]. [AU 444].

AI446
     AI446.1

    Kl.

AI447
     AI447.1

    Kl. The battle of Mag Feimin between the Munstermen and the Laigin, in which fell Mac Cáirthinn son of Caelub, who ...(?) [AU 447].

AI448
     AI448.1

    Kl. Repose of Saint Secundinus. [AU 47].

AI449
     AI449.1

    Kl.

AI450
     AI450.1

    Kl.

AI451
     AI451.1

    Kl. The synod of Chalcedon assembles. [AU 457].

AI452
     AI452.1

    Kl.

AI453
     AI453.1

    The death of Marcian, who reigned seven years. [AU 456].

     AI453.2

    Leo reigned, and the head of John the Baptist was discovered.

AI454
     AI454.1

    Kl. The twenty-sixth of the moon. Easter on the eighth of the Kalends of May [April 24].

AI455
     AI455.1

    Kl. Destruction of the Laigin. [AU 452, 453].

     AI455.2

    Here some place the birth of Saint Brigit [AU 452, 456].

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AI456

    Kl. The Festival of Temuir [celebrated] by Laegaire, son of Niall. [AU 454].

AI457
     AI457.1

    Kl. Victorius composed the Paschal cycle.

AI458
     AI458.1

    Kl. Death of Énna, son of Cathub. [AU 456].

AI459
     AI459.1

    Kl. The battle of Áth Dara [gained] against Laegaire by the Laigin. [AU 458, 459, 467].

AI460
     AI460.1

    Kl. Auxilius fell asleep. [AU 459].

AI461
     AI461.1

    Kl. The repose of Pope Leo, and the ordination of bishop Hilary. [AU 460, 461].

AI462
     AI462.1

    Kl.

AI463
     AI463.1

    Kl. The death of Laegaire, son of Niall, at Grellach Dabaill between two hills, namely Ériu and Alba. [AU 462].

AI464
     AI464.1

    Kl. Ailill Molt reigned. [AU 463].

AI465
     AI465.1

    Kl. Isserninus fell asleep. [AU 468].

AI466
     AI466.1

    Kl. The battle of Ard Corainn. [AU 464].

AI467
     AI467.1

    Kl.

AI468
     AI468.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Benignus ... dies in Rome.

     AI468.2

    Death of Leo the Minor who reigned sixteen years, and Eman (Zeno) becomes emperor.

AI469
     AI469.2

    Kl. The Festival of Temuir [celebrated] by Ailill Molt. [AU 467, 469, 470].

AI470
     AI470.1

    Kl. The battle of Duma Aichir [gained] against Ailill Molt. Illann was victor. [AU 468, 474, 476].

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AI471
     AI471.1

    Kl. The second prey of the Saxon from Ireland. [AU 471].

AI472
     AI472.1

    Kl.

AI473
     AI473.1

    Kl.

AI480
     AI480.1

    Kl. The son of Conall, son of Cremthann, son of Niall dies. [AU 480].

AI481
     AI481.1

    Kl. Repose of Iarlaithe, the third abbot of Ard Macha [AU 481].

AI482
     AI482.1

    Kl. The battle of Uchbath [gained] over the Laigin by Crimthann, or by Fiachra Glomrach, son of Caelub, son of Crund, of Dál Araide. [AU 482, 483].

AI485
     AI485.1

    Kl. The battle of Granard (Mac Erce victor), in which Finnchad, king of the Laigin, fell; and Cairpre [was] victor, as others say. [AU 485, 486].

     485.2

    The mortal wounding of Crimthann Ceinnselach, king of Laigin, whom Echaid Glúinech slays. [AU 483, 485].

AI486
     AI486.1

    Kl. Birth of Brénainn, son of Finnlug.

AI487
     AI487.1

    Kl. Death of Crimthann Ceinnselach. [AU 483, 485].

AI488
     AI488.1

    Kl.

AI489
     AI489.1

    Kl.

AI491
     AI491.1

    Kl. Repose of Cianán of Dam Liac. [AU 489].

     AI491.2

    Death of Zeno, who reigned seventeen years.

     AI491.3

    Anastasius becomes emperor. [AU 491].

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AI492
     AI492.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Mac Caille. [AU 490].

     AI492.2

    The battle of Cenn Losnada, in which fell Aengus, son of Nad Fraích, and Eithne Uathach his wife. [AU 490, 491].

AI493
     AI493.1

    Kl. The battle of Srath Echaill, in which Fraech son of Finnchad, king of Laigin, fell, and Eochu, son of Cairpre, was victor.

AI494
     AI494.1

    K.

AI495
     AI495.1

    K.

AI496
     AI496.1

    Kl. Repose of Patrick on the 16th of the Kalends of April in the 432nd year from the Passion of the Lord.

     AI496.2

    Repose of Mac Cuilinn of Lusca. [AU 496, 498].

AI497
     AI497.1

    Repose of Cormac, bishop of Ard Macha. [AU 497].

AI498
     AI498.1

    Kl. Repose of Mo-Chóe of Naendruim. [AU 497, 499].

AI499
     AI499.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Ibar [AU 500,501].

AI500
     AI500.1

    Kl. The battle of Inne Mór. Mac Erce victor ... [AU 498, CS 500].

AI501
     AI501.1

    Kl.

AI502
     AI502.1

    Kl. The battle of Segais, in which Tenga Uma fell. Mac Erce was victor. [AU 502].

AI503
     AI503.1

    Kl. Repose of Domangart of Cenn Tíre.

AI504
     AI504.1

    Kl.

AI505
     AI505.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Cerpán in Ferta Cerpáin. [AU 504].

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AI506
     AI506.1

    Kl. The battle of Ard Corainn. [AU 507, 508].

AI507
     AI507.1

    Kl.

AI508
     AI508.1

    Kl. The battle of Frémann of Mide. Rus Failge was victor. [AU 510, CS 505].

AI509
     AI509.1

    Kl. Repose of Mac Nise of Connere. [AU 507, 514].

AI511
     AI511.1

    Kl. Birth of Ciaran, son of the wright. [AU 512, 517].

AI512
     AI512.1

    Kl. Repose of Dubthach, bishop of Ard Macha. [AU 513].

     AI512.2

    Repose of Erc of Sláine. [AU 513].

AI512
     AI513.1

    Kl. The battle of Druim Derga [gained] against Failge.

     AI513.2

    Fiacha, son of Niall, was victor. Thereupon the plain of Mide was taken from the Laigin. [AU 516, 517].

AI514
     AI514.1

    Kl.

AI515
     AI515.1

    Kl. Birth of Comgall of Bennchor. [AU 516, 520].

AI516
     AI516.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Conlaed, and repose of Dar Erca. [AU 520; AU 517, 519].

AI517
     AI517.1

    Kl.

AI518
     AI518.1

    Kl. Death of Anastasius, who reigned twenty-five years.

     AI518.2

    Iustinus becomes emperor [AU 518].

AI519
     AI519.1

    Kl.

AI521
     AI521.1

    Kl. Birth of Colum Cille and the falling asleep of Buite, son of Brónach. [AU 519, 523].

AI522
     AI522.1

    Kl.

AI523
     AI523.1

    Kl.

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AI524
     AI524.1

    Kl. Repose of Saint Brigit [AU 524, 526, 528].

AI525
     AI525.1

    Kl.

AI526
     AI526.1

    Kl.

AI527
     AI527.1

    Kl. Death of Justin, who reigned eight years, and Justinian becomes emperor. [AU 527].

AI528
     AI528.1

    Kl. Repose of Ailbe of Imlech Ibuir. [AU 527, 534, 542].

AI529
     AI529.1

    Kl. The finding of the body of Antony the monk, and its translation to Alexandria. [AU 531].

AI530
     AI530.1

    Kl. The battle of Áth Sige [gained] by Muirchertach against the Laigin, and the battle of Cenn Eich [gained] by Mac Erce. [AU 528, 533].

     AI530.2

    Birth of Colmán, son of Léníne.

AI531
     AI531.1

    Kl. The battle of Éblenn. [AU 533, 535, 537].

AI532
     AI532.1

    Kl.

AI533
     AI533.1

    Kl.

AI534
     AI534.1

    Kl. The battle of Luachair [gained] against Tuathal Mael Garb. [AU 535, 539).

AI535
     AI535.1

    Kl. The battle of Finnabair [gained] against the Uí Néill, by the corpse of Illann, who lived 120 [years]. [AU 527].

AI536
     AI536.1

    Kl.

AI537
     AI537.1

    Kl. Failure of bread ... [AU 536, 539).

AI538
     AI538.1

    Kl. Birth of Gregory. [AU. 540, 545].

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AI539
     AI539.1

    Kl. The battle of Clochar.

AI540
     AI540.1

    Kl. The battle of Claenloch, wherein Maine, son of Cerball, fell. [AU 538].

AI541
     AI541.1

    Kl. Death of king Comgall, son of Domangart. [AU 538, 542, 545].

AI542
     AI542.1

    Kl. The battle of Tortu [gained] by the Laigin, in which Mac Erce fell. [AU 543, 548].

AI543
     AI543.1

    Kl. The battle of Sliab Éiblinne. [AU 537].

AI544
     AI544.1

    Kl. The first mortality, which is called bléfed, in which Mo-Bí Chlárainech fell asleep. [AU 545].

AI545
     AI545.1

    Kl. The battle of Clochar Aithinne.

AI546
     AI546.1

    Kl. The battle of Sligech and the battle of Tortu. [AU 547, 548].

AI547
     AI547.1

    Kl. In this year Cluain Moccu Nóis was founded: that is, Nós, swineherd of the king of Connachta, from whom Cluain Moccu Nóis is named.

AI548
     AI548.1

    Kl. Death of Mael at the hands of another person named Mael. Repose of Ciaran, son of the wright. Mael Odur [died] the same day. [AU 549; —].

AI549
     AI549.1

    Kl. The [beginning of the] reign of Diarmait, son of Cerball, in the 31st year of his age. [Tig. (= AU) 549].

AI550
     AI550.1

    Kl.

AI551
     AI551.1

    Kl. The Crom Connaill, i.e., a great plague. [AU 556, CS 551].

AI552
     AI552.1

    Kl. Repose of Finnián of Cluain Iraird; and Colum of Tír dá Glas rested. [AU 549, CS 551].

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AI553
     AI553.1

    Kl. The battle of Cuilen gained by the Corcu Oche through the prayer of Íte. [AU 552].

AI554
     AI554.1

    Kl. Justinian dies. Justin reigned.

AI555
     AI555.1

    Kl. Repose of Cathbad, i.e. a noble bishop of Leth Cuinn. [AU 555].

AI556
     AI556.1

    Kl. Nistan the leper died.

AI557
     AI557.1

    Kl. Death of Fergna, king of Ulaid. [AU 557].

AI558
     AI558.1

    Kl. The church of Bennchor was founded. [AU 555, 559].

AI559
     AI559.1

    Kl. Death of Colmán Mór, son of Diarmait. [AU 555, 558, 563].

AI560
     AI560.1

    Kl. The Festival of Temuir [celebrated] by Diarmait, son of Cerball. [AU 558, 560].

     AI560.A

    Kl. Death of Garbán, son of Domongart. [AU 558, 560].

     AI560.B

    Kl. Death of Cairlán, son of Aed son of Echaid. [Tig., CS 560].

AI561
     AI561.1

    Kl. In which the battle of Cúl Dreimne is what is to be recorded, and in which Ainmire, son of Sétna, and Ainnedid son of Fergus, and Domnall were victors. Diarmait,however, was put to flight; and on this day Cluain Ferta Brénainn was founded at the order of an angel. [AU 558, 560, 561, 564; AU 558].

AI562
     AI562.1

    Kl. The end of the cycle of Victorius. The battle of Cúil Uinsenn in Tethba [gained] by Aed,son of Brénainn, against Diarmait, son of Cerball. [AU 561, 562].

     AI562.2

    Justin, who reigned eleven years, dies. Tiberius becomes emperor.

 p.75
AI563
     AI563.1

    Kl. Colum Cille in exile. His first night in Alba was during Pentecost. [AU 563].

AI564
     AI564.1

    Kl. Death of Diarmait, son of Cerball, whom Aed Dub slew in Ráith Bec. [AU 565, 572].

     AI564.2

    Death of Daimín, son of ... [AU 565].

AI565
     AI565.1

    Kl. Death of Domnall, son of Mac Erce, who reigned one year, and fell at the hand of the Laigin in the battle of Gabair Liphi; but the Laigin fled. [AU 566].

AI566
     AI566.1

    Kl. Birth of Lugaid, son of Caelub.

AI567
     AI567.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Gildas. [AU 570, 577].

AI568
     AI568.1

    Kl. A battle in Ard Tómáin by Colmán Bec, son of Ailill, son of Comgall. [AU 567, 568].

AI569
     AI569.1

    Kl. Death of Ainmire, son of Sétna, and of Baetán,son of Eochu [AU 569, 576].

AI570
     AI570.1

    Kl. Repose of Aenu, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis. [AU 570, 577].

     AI570.2

    Repose of Íte of Cluain, i.e. the fostermother of Jesus Christ and of Brénainn, i.e., of Cluain Ferta. [AU 570, 577].

AI571
     AI571.1

    Kl. Death of two descendants of Muirchertach, namely, Baetán, son of Mac Erce, and Eochaid, son of Domnall, son of Mac Erce. [AU 572].

AI572
     AI572.1

    Kl. The battle of Tala. [AU 573, 574].

 p.77
AI573
     AI573.1

    Kl. The battle of Feimen, in which Colmán Bec, son of Diarmait, was slain by the Munstermen. Hence are Cennach and Loch Cenn in Mag Feimin, from the heads of those who were killed in the strife. Cairpre, son of Feidlimid son of Aengus, won the battle. Loch Sílenn was the name of that lake at first. Hence Patrick said:

    1. Loch Sílenn,
      Alas for him who drinks it with his food!
      Cairpre has filled it with heads
      So that it is gore to its bottom.

     AI573.2

    Brénainn of Birra rested in Christ. [AU 565, 572].

     AI573.3

    Crónán moccu Lugdach rested.

AI574
     AI574.2

    Kl. Death of Conall, son of Comgall. He reigned sixteen years. [AU 574].

AI575
     AI575.2

    Kl. The battle of Luimnech.

AI576
     AI576.2

    Kl. A plentiful crop of nuts. [AU 576].

AI577
     AI577.2

    Kl. People afflicted with small-pox.

AI578
     AI578.1

    Kl. Repose of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta in the 94th year of his age. [AU 577, 583].

     AI578.2

    Death of Aed son of Echaid, king of Connachta, who granted Enach Dúin to Brénainn.

     AI578.3

    The battle of Loch dá Éces. [Tig. (=AU) 577].

AI579
     AI579.1

    Kl. The first expedition(?) of the Ulaid. [AU 577].

AI580
     AI580.1

    Kl. Death of Cairpre, king of Caisel. [Tig. (=AU) 579].

     AI580.2

    Repose of Finnián of Mag Bile. [AU 579].

AI581

    Kl. The battle of Colgu, son of Domnall, son of Mac Erce, and of Baetán, son of Cairell, in which they fell. Aed, son of Ainmire, was victor. [AU 580, 581, 586].

AI582
     AI582.1

    Kl. Death of Fergna, son of [C]aibléne. [AU 582, 583].

 p.79
AI583
     AI583.1

    Kl. The battle of Manu [gained] by Aedán, son of Gabrán. [AU 582, 583].

AI584
     AI584.1

    Kl. Death of Bruide, son of Maelchú. [AU 584].

AI585
     AI585.1

    Kl. Death of Feradach son of Dui, king of Osraige. [AU 583, 584].

AI586
     AI586.1

    Kl. The grandsons of Crítán.

AI587
     AI587.1

    Kl. Repose of Mac Nise, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis. [AU 585, 591].

AI588
     AI588.1

    Kl. Death of Baetán, son of Ninnid. [AU 586].

AI589
     AI589.1

    Kl. Repose of Daig, son of Cairell son of Colmán Bec, son of Diarmait. [AU 587].

     AI589.2

    Repose of David of Cell Muine. [Tig. 589].

     AI589.3

    Repose of Aed, son of Brec. [AU 589, 595].

AI590
     AI590.1

    Kl. Great snow. [AU 588].

     AI590.2

    The battle of Mag Óchtair [gained] over Mumu. [AU 590].

AI591
     AI591.1

    Kl. Great drought this year. [AU 589].

AI592
     AI592.1

    Kl. Fintan Corad, coarb of Brénainn, rested in Christ.

AI593
     AI593.1

    Kl. Death of Feidlimid son of Tigernach, king of Caisel. [AU 590].

     AI593.2

    Repose of Aed, grandson of Cathaír, from Birra.

AI594
     AI594.1

    Kl. Eclipse of the sun in the morning. [AU 591, 592].

AI595
     AI595.1

    Kl. The battle of Dún Cocuiche.

     AI595.2

    The slaying of Gerthide. [AU 594].

 p.81
AI596
     AI596.1

    Kl. The slaying of Senchán, son of Colmán Mór. [CS 593].

     AI596.2

    Birth of Cuimíne, i.e. the Tall, son of Fiachna. [AU 592].

AI597
     AI597.1

    Kl. Repose of Colum Cille on Sunday night on the fifth of the Ides [9th] of June in the 35th year of his exile and in the 76th of his age. [AU 595, 601].

     AI597.2

    Repose of Gregory of Rome according to others. [AU 592].

AI598
     AI598.1

    Kl. The battle of Ráith in Druad and the battle of Ard Sendaim. The Uí Fhinn were put to flight. The Araid [were] victors. [AU 596].

AI599
     AI599.1

    Kl. The years from the Passion of the Lord were 572 in this year.

AI600
     AI600.1

    Kl. The battle of Sliab Cua gained against Mumu by the Connachta. [AU 597, 603].

     AI600.2

    Death of the son of Cumuscach, i.e. the plundering of the poetic company by Brandub, son of Eochu. [AU 597].

AI601
     AI601.1

    Kl. The slaying of Aed, son of Ainmire, by the Laigin. [AU 598].

     AI601.2

    Baethíne rested in Christ in the 66th year of his age.[AU 597].

AI602
     AI602.1

    Kl. Repose of Ailithir, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis. [AU 599].

AI603
     AI603.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Sillán.

     AI603.2

    Repose of Cainnech moccu Dálann. [AU 599, 600].

AI604
     AI604.1

    Kl. Repose of Gregory of Rome. [AU 606, 607].

     AI604.2

    Repose of Saint Sinech [Tig. 600].

     AI604.3

    Death of king Suibne, son of Colmán Mór. [AU 600].

     AI604.4

    Repose of Senach abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

 p.83
AI605
     AI605.1

    Kl. Repose of Comgall of Bennchor. [AU 602].

     AI605.2

    The battle of Cúil Caíl. [AU 601, 602].

     AI605.3

    The battle of Slemain [gained] by Colmán Rímid, the victor. Conall escaped. [AU 601, 602].

     AI605.4

    The battle of Echros. [AU 602, 603].

AI606
     AI606.1

    Kl. Colmán, son of Lénéne, rested, and Fintan, son of Eochu, and Laisrén of Min Droichit. [AU 603; Tig.].

AI607
     AI607.1

    Kl. Repose of Sinell, and the slaying of Aed Sláine and of Aed Rón and of Aed Buide. Hence Aed Allain said

    1. Very great was the red slaughter
      Of the kings of all Ireland,
      Aed Sláine with a host,
      Aed Róin and Aed Buide.

     AI607.2

    The son of Colmán Rímid and Conchenn his mother, die. [AU 604].

     AI607.3

    Aed Alláin held the kingship.

AI608
     AI608.1

    Kl. The beginning of a Circle. The slaying of Brandub son of Eochu, i.e. king of Laigin, by his own kindred. [AU 605].

     AI608.2

    Repose of Laisréne, i.e. an abbot. [AU 605].

AI609
     AI609.1

    Kl. Repose of Beóguine. [AU 606].

     AI609.2

    Death of Aedán, son of Gabrán. [AU 606].

AI610
     AI610.1

    Kl.

AI611
     AI611.1

    Kl. Death of Colmán Daimíne and of Aengus, son of Aed Sláine.

 p.85
AI612
     AI612.1

    Repose of Sillán and Aedán. [AU 610].

     AI612.2

    The burial of Lugaid moccu Óche and of Mael Uma, son of Baetán. [AU 609, 610].

     AI612.3

    Lightning destroys the army of Ulaid. [AU 611].

     AI612.4

    The fifth year of the emperor Heraclius and the fourth year of king Sisebutus, and the end of Isidore's Chronicle. [AU 617].

AI613
     AI613.1

    Repose of Colmán Ela, and of Baetán Aba. [AU 611; —].

     AI613.2

    Death of Aed Alláin, king of Ireland. [AU 612].

     AI613.3

    Mael Coba, son of Aed, reigned. [AU 612].

     AI613.3

    Repose of Colmán, abbot of Clúain.

AI614
     AI614.1

    Kl. The battle of [Caer] Legeóin in Britain between the Saxon and Britons, in which fell multitudes of holy men. [AU 613].

AI615
     AI615.1

    Death of Colmán. [AU 613].

     AI615.2

    Repose of Fintan, abbot of Bennchor, and of Luicell, abbot of Cluain. [AU 613; CS 614].

     AI615.3

    Here others mention the repose of Mo-Lue moccu Óche.

AI616
     AI616.1

    The battle of Sliab Tuath [gained] by the Laigin over Mael Coba, son of Aed, in which Mael Coba fell.

     AI616.2

    Suibne reigned after him. [AU 615].

AI617
     AI617.1

    The burning of Bennchor of Ulaid. [AU 616].

     AI617.2

    Repose of Critán and Petrán, and of Aedán, son of Mongán. [AU 616].

AI618
     AI618.1

    Death of Tolorgán, and of Fergus, son of Colmán. [AU — 618].

 p.87
AI619
     AI619.1

    Kl. Death of Fíngen son of Aed, king of Mumu.

     AI619.2

    The destruction of Donnán of Eg on the fifteenth of the Kalends of May [April 17]. [AU 617].

     AI619.3

    Death of the son of Comgall, and the repose of bishop Eógan. [AU 618].

     AI619.4

    A great earthquake in Gaul. [AU 618].

AI620
     AI620.1

    Kl. The abbot Líber died. [AU 619].

     AI620.2

    Repose of Dímán, son of Flannán.

AI621
     AI621.1

    Kl. Death of Finngaine, son of Fiachra, and of Aengus, son of Colmán, and of Senach Garb, and of Aed Bennán, and of Sillán, bishop of Mag Bile. [AU 619, 621].

AI622
     AI622.1

    Kl. The battle of Cennbag, in which fell Colmán, son of Cobthach, son of Ailill, son of Cellach. [AU 622].

AI623
     AI623.1

    Kl. The battle of Cenn Delgthen, in which the two sons of Librén, son of Illedan son of Cerball, fell. Conall, son of Suibne son of Colmán, was victor. [AU 622].

AI624
     AI624.1

    Kl. Repose of Mac Laisre, bishop of Ard Macha. [AU 623].

     AI624.2

    Repose of Fergna, abbot of Í. [AU 623].

     AI624.5

    The destruction of Ráith Guala by Fiachna, son of Baetán. [AU 623].

AI625
     AI625.1

    Kl. Repose of Colmán Stélláin, abbot of Tír dá Glas. [AU 624].

     AI625.2

    Birth of Adamnán. [AU 626].

AI626
     AI626.1

    Kl. Death of Rónán, son of Tuathal. [AU 625].

     AI626.2

    Eclipse of the sun. [AU 625].

     AI626.3

    Death of Mongán, son of Fiachna. [AU 627].

AI627
     AI627.1

    Kl. Repose of Aed son of Cumascach, and of Lachtna. [AU 625].

 p.89
AI628
     AI628.1

    Kl. Death of Cathal son of Aed, king of Mumu. [628] [Tig., CS 625].

AI629
     AI629.1

    Kl. The battle of Carn Feradaig between Mumu and Connachta. Fáilbe Fland was victor; Guaire Aidne was put to flight. [AU 627].

AI630
     AI630.1

    Kl. The battle of Oclad, in which Crunnmael and Suibne, i.e. Mend, fell. [AU 628].

AI631
     AI631.1

    Kl. Death of Echaid Buide, son of Aedán. [AU 629].

     AI631.2

    The battle of Dún Cethrair; and the death of Aed, son of Cuimíne, son of Colgu. [AU 629].

     AI631.3

    The slaying of Cáilchíne, son of Díma, from Liathmuine. [Tig. (=AU) 629].

AI632
     AI632.1

    Kl. Repose of Fintan and Maeldub.

     AI632.2

    Death of Cobthach, king of the Déisi.

AI633
     AI633.1

    Kl. Death of Aed Damán, king of Iarmumu.

     AI633.2

    Death of Cinaed, king of Alba, and of Étaín, king of the Saxons, and the burning of ... [AU 631, Tig.].

AI634
     AI634.1

    Kl. Repose of Mo-Bae moccu Alldae. [Tig. (=AU) 629].

     AI634.2

    Death of Rónán, son of Fergus.

     AI634.3

    The slaying of Catluan. [AU 632].

AI635
     AI635.1

    The battle of Cúil Óchtair between the UÍ Fhidgeinte and the Araid.

 p.91
AI636
     AI636.1

    Kl. Death of Ailill, son of Aed, in Loch Trethle. [AU 634].

     AI636.2

    Death of Aengus, son of Nechtain.

     AI636.3

    Death of Congal, king of Brega. [AU 634].

     AI636.4

    Repose of Carthach, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, who is called Ségán.

AI637
     AI637.1

    Kl. The battle of Cúil in which fell Mael, son of Aengus, son of Conall, son of Suibne. [AU 635].

     AI637.2

    The battle of [Áth] Goan, in which Crimthann son of Aed, king of Laigin, fell. Fáilbe Flann and Faelán, son of Colmán, [were] victors. [AU 633, Tig.].

     AI637.3

    Repose of Munnu, son of Tilchán. [AU 635].

AI638
     AI638.1

    Kl. Expulsion of Mo-Chutu from Raithen. [AU 636].

     AI638.2

    Les Mór was founded.

639
     AI639.1

    Kl. The battle of Roth, in which Congal Caech fell. [AU 637].

     AI639.2

    Death of Fáilbe Flann. [AU 637].

     AI639.3

    Repose of Mo-Chutu of Les Mór. [AU 637].

AI640
     AI640.1

    Kl. Repose of Crónán, abbot of Cell Dara.

AI641
     AI641.1

    Kl. Repose {of Dagan, and} of Mo-Laise of Leithglenn, {i.e. moccu Nechti}, and of Saint Sinell, and of Cúán, son of Amalgaid, and of Gobán, son of Nasca.

AI642
     AI642.1

    Kl. The burning and slaying of Mael Dúin in Inis Caín Dega. [AU 641].

AI643
     AI643.1

    Kl. Death of Domnall, son of Aed, and of Domnall Brec. [AU 642].

 p.93
AI644
     AI644.1

    Kl. Repose of Oswald, king of the Angles; i.e. Anglicus means Sax (Saxon).

AI645
     AI645.1

    Kl. The battle of Cenn Con between Mael Dúin, son of Aed Bennán, and Aengus Liath from Áine. Much slaughter on both sides. [AU 640, 643].

     AI645.2

    Repose of Mac na Cerda. [Tig. (=AU) 641].

     AI645.3

    Death of Mael Ochtraig, king of the Déisi.

AI646
     AI646.1

    Kl. Death of Scandlán Mór son of Cenn Faelad, king of Osraige. [CS 641=643].

     AI646.2

    Death of Aengus Liath from Áine at Glennamain. [Tig. (=AU) 642].

     AI646.3

    Death of Cuanu, son of Cáilchíne. [CS 641=643].

AI647
     AI647.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Coba, son of Fiachra, at the hands of Congal Cennfhata. [AU 647].

     AI647.2

    Repose of Mac Laisre, abbot of Bennchor. [AU 646].

AI648
     AI648.1

    Kl. Death of Rogellach, son of Uata. [AU 649].

AI649
     AI649.1

    Kl. Repose of Maenchéne of Min Droichit {and of Crónán of Luachair and of Colmán moccu Tulduib} and repose of Fursu the holy. [AU 652, 654, 648-9, 656, 661].

     AI649.2

    Death of Crunnmael son of Aed, king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

     AI649.3

    The battle of Carn Conaill [gained] over Guaire Aidni by Diarmait, son of Aed, in which Dúnchad and Conall, two sons of Blathmac, fell. [AU 649].

AI652
     AI652.1

    Kl. Repose of Aediug, abbot of Cluain, and of Ségéne, abbot of Í. [AU 652].

AI653
     AI653.1

    Kl. Death of Cenn Faelad son of Colgu, king of Uí Briúin.

 p.95
AI654
     AI654.1

    Kl. Repose of Camíne of Inis Celtra, and of Mael Aithgein, abbot of Tír dá Glas. [CS 649 (=652); AU 656].

AI655
     AI655.1

    Kl. Ultán of Ard Brecáin rested in Christ, {and Ciarán of Lothra,) and Finnchua from Brí Gobann rested.[AU 657].

AI656
     AI656.1

    Kl. Death of Illann, son of Scandlán.

     AI656.2

    Diarmait and Blathmac, two sons of Aed Sláine, held the kingship. {Cellach, son of Mael Cobal.} [AU 658, 664].

AI657
     AI657.1

    Kl. Repose of Díma Dub, and of Colmán Cerb of Glenn Dá Locha. [AU 659, 660].

AI658
     AI658.1

    Kl. {Dub Tíre, grandson of Mael Ochtraig, and Conaing, son of Muirecán, and Suibne, son of Comán, [died].}

AI659
     AI659.1

    Kl. Conall Crandamna(?) [died]. [AU 660].

AI660
     AI660.1

    Kl. Repose of Tómíne, bishop of Ard Macha [AU 661].

AI661
     AI661.1

    Kl. Repose of Cumíne Fata, coarb of Brénainn, and of Conaing grandson of Dant, abbot of Imlech Ibuir. [AU 662,661].

     AI661.2

    Death of Mael Dúin, son of Aed Bennán, and of Béc, son of Fergus. Of these it has been said:

    1. The dead people of this year
      None is to be mourned in comparison with them
      Mael Dúin, Béc son of Fergus,
      Conaing, Cumíne Fata.

     AI661.3

    Repose of Laidcenn, son of Baeth Bannach, and of bluru, son of Eógan. [AU 661;—].

AI662
     AI662.1

    Kl. Death of Maenach son of Fíngen, king of Caisel. [AU 662].

 p.97
AI663
     AI663.1

    Kl. Death of Guaire Aidni. [AU 663, 666].

AI664
     AI664.1

    Kl. Death of Cúcen Máthair, and of Diarmait, son of Aed Slaine. [AU 665]. Fighting in Birra.

     AI664.2

    Repose of Lugaid

AI665
     AI665.1

    Kl. The battle of Loch Fén between Mumu and Connachta, in which Talamnach, son of Laidcenn, fell.

AI666
     AI666.1

    Kl. A great mortality. [AU 665, 668].

     AI666.2

    Death of Cúcen Máthair, king of Caisel. [AU 665].

     AI666.3

    Death of Diarmait son of Aed Sláine, king of Temuir, and of Blathmac, son of Aed Sláine, and of Mael Bresail.[AU 665, 668].

     AI666.4

    Repose of Airerán the wise. [AU 665].

     AI666.5

    Féichíne of Fobar rested in Christ, and many others fell asleep on the same night as a result of the mortality [AU 665, 668].

AI667
     AI667.1

    Kl. Death of Ailill Fland [Essa], son of Domnall, and of Mael Ochtraig, king of Laigin. [AU 666; —].

     AI667.2

    The battle of Áine, in which Eógan án son of Crunnmael, king of the Uí Chairpri, fell. [AU 667].

AI669
     AI669.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Fothardaig, son of Suibne. [AU 669].

AI670
     AI670.1

    Kl. Death of Forchellach, king of Éile, and of Blathmac, son of Mael Coba; and Oswald, king of the Saxon, rested in Christ. [AU —; AU 670; AU 671].

AI671
     AI671.1

    Kl. The slaying of Bran Finn son of Mael Ochtraig, king of the Déisi of Mumu. [AU 671].

AI672
     AI672.1

    Kl. Repose of Dícuill son of Colmán, bishop of Cluain Eidnech.

AI673
     AI672.1

    Kl. Death of Congal Cennfhata, son of Dúnchad. [AU 674].

 p.99
AI674
     AI674.1

    Kl. The battle of Móin in which Cenn Faelad, son of Blathmac, fell. [AU 675].

AI675
     AI675.1

    Kl. The slaying of Congal, son of Blathmac, in Tethba.

AI676
     AI676.1

    Kl. Destruction of Ailech Frigrend by Finnechta. [AU 676].

AI677
     AI677.1

    Kl. Repose of Librén son of Colmán, abbot of Tír dá Glas.

AI678
     AI678.1

    Kl. Death of Fáilbe, and of Cenn Faelad the learned. [AU 679].

AI679
     AI679.1

    Kl. Death of Cathál, son of Rogellach. [AU 680].

     AI679.2

    Repose of Colmán, abbot of Bennchor. [AU 680].

AI680
     AI680.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Dúin, son of Mael Fithrig. [AU 681].

AI681
     AI681.1

    Kl. The slaying of Cenn Faelad son of Congal, king of Connachta. [AU 682].

     AI681.2

    Repose of Ciar, daughter of Dub Ré, and of Suibne of Corcach. [Tig. (=AU) 681; AU 682].

AI682
     AI682.1

    Kl. Death of Dúnchad, king of Múscraige.

     AI682.2

    Beginning of the third mortality. [Tig. (= AU) 683].

AI683
     AI683.1

    Kl. Death of Donennach, king of Uí Fhidgeinte, and the mortality of the children. [AU —; AU 683, 684].

AI684
     AI684.1

    Kl. Repose of Morann, bishop of Naendruim.

AI685
     AI685.1

    Kl. A great battle between the Picts. [AU 686].

AI686
     AI686.1

    Kl. Repose of Rusíne, abbot of Corcach, and of Cúán., abbot of Imlech. [AU 687; FM 685=687].

 p.101
AI687
     AI687.1

    Kl. Repose of Ségíne, abbot of Ard Macha [AU 688].

AI688
     AI688.1

    Kl. Repose of Indlide, abbot of Cera, and of Diarmait, son of 'In Caech'. [AU —; AU 689].

AI689
     AI689.1

    Kl. Repose of Mo-Bécóc of Cluain Aird. [AU 690].

AI690
     AI690.1

    K. Death of Congal, son of Mael Dúin, son of Aed Bennán. [AU 690].

AI691
     AI691.1

    Kl. Repose of bishop Fergus, and of Bruide son of Bile, king of the Picts. [AU —; AU 693].

AI692
     AI692.1

    Kl. Death of Conamail, son of the king of Laigin(?).

AI693
     AI693.1

    Kl. Repose of Crónán of Balla, and of Udríne, bishop of Mag Bile. [AU 694].

AI694
     AI694.1

    Kl. Death of Finnechta son of Dúnchad, king of Laigin. [AU 695].

AI695
     AI695.1

    Kl. Death of Finnguine, son of Cúcen Máthair. [AU 696].

AI696
     AI696.1

    Kl. Adamnán imposes a Law on Ireland. [AU 697].

     AI696.2

    Repose of Mo-Ling of Luachair. [AU 697].

AI697
     AI697.1

    Kl. Repose of Forannán of Cell Dara. [AU 698].

AI698
     AI698.1

    Kl. Death of Ailillson of Cúcen Mathair, king of Mumu.

AI699
     AI699.1

    Kl. Death of bishop Colmán.

AI700
     AI700.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Bracha, king of IarMumu.

     AI700.2

    Repose of Colgu son of Maenach, king and bishop.[AU 702].

 p.103
AI701
     AI701.1

    Kl. Repose of Cúán.na of Les Mór.

AI702
     AI702.1

    Kl. Repose of Irgalach son of Conaing, king of UÍ Néill, and of Muiredach, king of Uí Briúin. [AU 702].

AI703
     AI703.1

    Kl. The battle of Corann [gained] by Cellach, son of Rogellach (from whom are the Síl Rogellaig of Connachta),in which Loingsech, son of Aengus, fell. [AU 703].

AI704
     AI704.1

    Kl. Adamnán, abbot of Í and a learned man, rested in Christ. [AU 704].

AI705
     AI705.1

    Kl. Flann Fína son of Oswy, king of the Saxons, rested.

     AI705.2

    Death of Dúnchad Muirsce, king of Connachta.

AI706
     AI706.1

    Kl. Mo-Chonna of Doire rested.

     AI706.2

    Pope John rested.

     AI706.3

    A slaughter of the Laigin round Gabair in Mumu.

AI707
     AI707.1

    Kl. Conodur of Les Mór rested.

     AI707.2

    Colmán, abbot of Lothra, rested.

AI708
     AI708.1

    Kl.Conamail son of Carthach, abbot of Imlech Ibuir, rested.

     AI708.2

    The harrying of Cliúby Cormac, grandson of Maenach.

AI709
     AI709.1

    Kl. The battle of Selg between the Laigin, in which two sons of Cellach fell.

AI710
     AI710.1

    Kl. Congal son of Fergus, king of Uí Néill, [died].

AI711
     AI711.1

    Kl. Cenn Faelad, abbot of Fobar, rested.

AI713
     AI713.1

    Kl. Fáilbe Bec, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nois, rested.

     AI713.2

    The battle of Cam Feradaig, in which Cormac son of Maenach, king of Caisel, fell.

     AI713.3

    CúChirce, king of 0sraige, dies.

 p.105
AI714
     AI714.1

    Kl. A battle between the Uí Néi11, in which Aed's son fell.

     AI714.2

    Death of Aed Dub of the Munstermen.

AI715
     AI715.1

    Kl.Cellach son of Gerthide, king of Laigin, dies.

     AI715.2

    Flann.Febla, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

AI716
     AI716.1

    Kl. The Fair of Tailtiu disturbed by Fogartach.

AI717
     AI717.1

    Kl.Repose of Manchán of Liath, and of Congertach, abbot of Tír dá Glas.

     AI717.2

    CúDínisc son of Foirchellach, king of IarMumu, dies.

AI718
     AI718.1

    Kl. Tipraite grandson of Dúnchad Muirsce, a king, dies.

AI719
     AI719.1

    Kl. The harrying of Laigin by Ferga, son of Mael Dúin.

AI720
     AI720.1

    Kl. Cellach, abbot of Imlech Ibuir, rested.

AI721
     AI721.1

    Kl. Eterscel son of Mael Dúin, king of Caisel, dies.

     AI721.2

    The harrying of Brega by Cathal son of Finnguine, king of Mumu, and after that he and Ferga son of Mael Dúin, king of Temuir, made peace; and Ferga submitted to Cathal. For these were the five kings of the Munstermen who ruled Ireland after the [introduction of the] Faith, viz. Aengus son of Nad Fraích, and his son, i.e. Eochaid who ruled Ireland for seventeen years, and Cathal, son of Finnguine, and Feidlimid; son of Crimthann, and Brian, son of Cennétig.

AI722
     AI722.1

    Kl. A battle between the Uí Néill and the Laigin, i.e. the battle of Uchub, in which fell Ferga, son of Mael Dúin, and many nobles with him, and [there was also a] great slaughter of the Laigin; and Flaithbertach reigned over Uí Néill.

 p.107
AI723
     AI723.1

    Kl. Death of Indrechtach son of Muiredach, king of Connachta.

     AI723.2

    Death of Aithechda son of Talamnach, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI724
     AI724.1

    Kl. Repose of Cuinnles, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI725
     AI725.1

    Kl. Death of Flann son of Aithechda, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI726
     AI726.1

    Kl. The battle of Belach Lice, in which Crimthann, son [726] of Cellach Cualann, fell. Muiredach was victor.

AI727
     AI727.1

    Kl. Death of: Murchad son of Bran, king of Laigin.

AI728
     AI728.1

    Kl. Death of Domnall son of Cellach, king of Connachta.

AI729
     AI729.1

    Kl. Repose of Suibne, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI730
     AI730.1

    Kl. Repose of Colmán grandson of Lítán, abbot of Les Mór.

AI731
     AI731.1

    Kl. Death of Cormac son of Rus, king of the Déisi.

AI732
     AI732.1

    Kl. Death of Dub Indrecht son of Erc., king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

AI733
     AI733.1

    Kl. Repose of the daughter of Corc, coarb of Brigit.

AI734
     AI734.1

    Kl. Death of Aed son of Conaing, king of IarMumu.

AI735
     AI735.1

    Kl. The battle of Féil between Cathal, son of Finnguine, and Faelán, king of Laigin, in which Faelchar, king of Osraige, fell, and Cathal was victor.

     AI735.2

    Bede the learned, rested in Christ.

 p.109
AI736
     AI736.1

    Kl. Death of Cathal son of Muiredach, king of Connachta.

AI737
     AI737.1

    Kl. Repose of the grandson of Lóchíne, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI738
     AI738.1

    Kl. Death of Faelán, king of Laigin.

     AI738.2

    The battle of 'Uchbad ' according to others.

AI739
     AI739.1

    Kl. Samthann of Cluain Brónaig rested, and Eógan rested.

AI740
     AI740.1

    Kl. Maenchíne, abbot of Tuaim Gréine, and Cillíne, abbot of Tír dá Glas, [rested].

AI741
     AI741.1

    Kl. Repose of Cúán.u, abbot of Ferna, and Flann.Feórna son of Colmán, king of Ciarraige Luachra, [died].

AI742
     AI742.1

    Kl. Cathal son of Finnguine, king of Ireland, dies, of whom Mór Muman has said:

    1. In tImlech
      Which Ailbe has ennobled by his crozier,
      One thing famous about it is
      Its earth covering the brow of Cathal.

AI743
     AI743.1

    Kl. The battle of Seredmag between the Uí Néill, in which Aed Alláin fell.

     AI743.2

    Repose of Mo-Lua from Mungarit.

AI744
     AI744.1

    Kl. Death of Ardgal, king of Éile.

AI747
     AI747.1

    Kl. The battle of Cúil Géisi [gained] by Mumu, in which Cairpre, son of CúDínisc, fell.

     AI747.2

    Repose of Ruamán.

     AI747.3

    CúChuimne the learned, rested in Christ.

 p.111
AI747a
     AI747a.1

    Kl. Repose of Dúngal, abbot of Lothra. The slaying of Aed Dub.

AI748
     AI748a

    Kl. Repose of Mo-Dímóc of Cluain Iraird.

AI749
     AI749

    Kl. Death of Conchellach, abbot of Tuaim Gréine.

AI750
     AI750.1

    Kl. Repose of Congus, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI751
     AI751.1

    Kl. Death of Dub dá Bairenn son of Aed Rón, king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

     AI751.2

    Repose of Colmán, son of Comán, in Ára.

AI752
     AI752.1

    Kl. Repose of Cúán.gus, abbot of Liath Mo-Chaemóc, and repose of Fiachna grandson of Maicnia, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI752.2

    The battle of Fétamair between Bodbgal, son of Ferga, and Cenn Faelad.

     AI752.3

    Repose of Mac Uige, abbot of Les Mór.

AI753
     AI753.1

    Kl. Lucraid, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, [rested].

AI754
     AI754.1

    Kl. Flann, son of Conchobar, king of Uí Briúin, dies.

AI755
     AI755.1

    Kl. Mael Turaig, abbot of Inis Bó Finne, rested.

AI756
     AI756.1

    Kl. Fergus son of Conall (or Cellach), king of Connachta, dies.

AI757
     AI757.1

    Kl. The grandson of Suanach rested in Christ.

AI758
     AI758.1

    Kl. Murthán, abbots of Cell Dara, fell asleep.

AI759
     AI759.1

    Kl. A battle between the Uí Néill and the Ulaid at Emain Macha, in which Dúngal, grandson of Conaing, ... fell. Fiachra, king of Ulaid, was victor.

     AI759.2

    Death of Domnall, king of Laigin.

 p.113
AI760
     AI760.1

    Kl. Tríchmech, abbot of Les Mór, rested, and Abnér, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI760.2

    Death of Murchad, king of Laigin.

AI761
     AI761.1

    Kl. Suairlech, abbot of Bennchor, and Daniél, abbot of Ros Cré, fell asleep.

AI762
     AI762.1

    Kl.Cormac, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, rested.

     AI762.2

    Death of Flann son of Erc, king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

AI763
     AI763.1

    Kl. Repose of Rónán, bishop of Les Mór.

     AI763.2

    Death of Domnall grandson of Murchad, king of UÍ Néill.

AI764
     AI764.1

    Kl. Repose of Ailill son of Craebachán, abbot of Mungarat.

     AI764.2

    Repose of Ailill grandson of Dúnchad, king of Connachta.

AI765
     AI765.1

    Kl. Repose of Cellbill of Cluain Brónaig.

AI766
     AI766.1

    Kl. Repose of Crimthann, coarb of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta.

     AI766.2

    A defeat [was inflicted] by the Uí Fhidgeinte and by the Araid Cliach on Mael Dúin, son of Aed, in Brega, i.e. Énboth Breg.

AI767
     AI767.1

    Kl. The slaying of Murchad son of Flaithbertach, king of Cenél Conaill.

     AI767.2

    Repose of Sléibéne, abbot of Í.

AI768
     AI768.1

    Kl. Aedan, abbot of Les Mór, rested.

     AI768.2

    Death of Dub Indrecht, king of Connachta.

     AI768.3

    Repose of Feradach son of Suibne, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI769
     AI769.1

    Kl. Death of Conchobar son of Cumascach, king of UÍ Fhiacrach.

     AI769.2

    Death of Torpaid, king of Corcu Modruad.

 p.115
AI770
     AI770.1

    Kl. The harrying of Laigin by Donnchadh.

     AI770.2

    The battle of Bolg Bóinne [gained] against the Uí Néill, by the Laigin.

     AI770.3

    Birth of Feidlimid, son of Crimthann.

AI771
     AI771.1

    Kl. Forbasach, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, [rested].

     AI771.1

    Brócán, son of Aduar, from Imlech [rested].

AI772
     AI772.1

    Kl. Airlid, abbot of Cluain Iraird, fell asleep.

     AI772.2

    Suibne, abbot of Ard Macha, [rested].

     AI772.3

    Cluichechair of Cenn Mara rested.

AI774
     AI774.1

    Kl. Selbach of Corcach rested.

     AI774.2

    Suairlech, abbot of Les Mór, [rested].

     AI774.3

    Féilic of Dún Bléisce fell asleep.

     AI774.4

    Death of Cenn Faelad, king of Uí Fhidgeinte, and of Rechtabra, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI775
     AI775.1

    Kl. The Law of Ciarán [imposed] on Connachta.

AI776
     AI775.1

    Kl. Death of Cellach son of Dúnlang, king of Laigin.

AI777
     AI777.1

    Kl. The battle of Sliab Mis,in which Nia, son of Cú [777] Allaid, fell.

     AI777.2

    Death of Flaithrí son of Domnall, king of Connachta.

     AI777.3

    Death of Dub Indrecht,son of Cathasach.

     AI777.4

    The drowning of more than a hundred of the Connachta at Tír dá Glas.

AI778
     AI778.1

    Kl. Repose of Flannán of Cell Aird.

     AI778.2

    Repose of Airdmesach of Les Mór.

     AI778.3

    Death of Aed, grandson of Fergal, king of Uíi Néill.

AI779
     AI779.1

    Kl. Beginning of a Circle.

     AI779.2

    A murrain of cattle, and a great mortality in the above year.

     AI779.3

    Repose of Comgán of Min.

 p.117
AI780
     AI780.1

    Kl. Repose of Ailill, abbot of Lothra.

     AI780.2

    Abnormal snowfall.

AI781
     AI781.1

    Kl. Repose of Senchán, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI781.2

    Repose of Fechtnach of Fobar.

AI782
     AI782.1

    Kl. Repose of Scandlán grandson of Tadc, abbot of Achad Bó.

     AI782.2

    Repose of Aed, abbot of Ros Comáin.

     AI782.3

    Death of Dúnchad, king of Ciarraige.

AI783
     AI783.1

    Kl. Death of Domnall son of Flaithnia king of UÍ Fhailgi; and many others [died] in Cluain Conaire.

     AI783.2

    Repose of Flaithnia, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI783.3

    Repose of Suairlech. Ua Tipraiti in Les Mór.

     AI783.4

    Repose of Bethellach of Senchua, the wise.

AI784
     AI784.1

    Kl. The Law of Ailbe in force in Mumu.

     AI784.2

    Repose of Rechtabra, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI784.3

    Repose of Cumascach, abbot of Tír dá Glas.

AI785
     AI785.1

    Faelgus grandson of Saichlech, a learned man, rested.

     AI785.2

    Ruaidrí, son of Faelchli, dies.

     AI785.3

    Death of Échtgal, king of Corcu Duibne.

AI786
     AI786.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Dúin son of Aed son of Conac, king of Mumu.

     AI786.2

    Death of Scandlán son of Flann son of Erc, king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

     AI786.3

    Tipraite son of Tadg, king of Connachta [died].

AI787
     AI787.1

    Kl. Cúán, abbot of Imlech Ibuir, rested.

     AI787.2

    Cumascach of Raithen fell asleep.

 p.119
AI788
     AI788.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Duin, son of Aed Alláin.

     AI788.2

    Colum, son of Fergus of Inis Cré [rested].

     AI788.3

    Échtgal son of Tuathal, abbot of Mungarit, [rested].

     AI788.4

    Death of Torpaid son of Aithechda, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI789
     AI789.1

    Kl. Murgal, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, fell asleep.

     AI789.2

    Fedach, abbot of Sláine, Lusca, and Dam Liac, rested.

AI790
     AI790.1

    Kl. Death of Cinaed son of Anmchad, king of Uí Liatháin.

     AI790.2

    Tomaltach, king of Dál Araide, dies.

AI791
     AI791.1

    Kl. Cú Dínisc son of Cú Ásaig, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI791.2

    The slaying of Cú Choingelt son of Cairpre, king of Iarmumu.

AI792
     AI792.1

    Kl. Mael Rúain, bishop of Tamlachta, [rested].

     AI792.2

    Téróc, abbot of Corcach, rested in the Lord.

     AI792.3

    Repose of Muiredach, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI793
     AI793.1

    Dub dá Leithe, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI793.2

    The battle of Conchenn, in which the king of Corcu Duibne fell.

AI794
     AI794.1

    Kl. Airechtach, abbot of Ard Macha, [rested].

     AI794.2

    Tomás the scribe, abbot of Bennchor, [rested].

     AI794.3

    Ioseph, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, dies.

     AI794.4

    Violation(?) of the Rule of Les Mór in the reign of Aedán Derg.

     AI794.5

    Tipraite, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, [rested].

AI795
     AI795.1

    Kl. The slaying of Bran son of Muiredach, king of Laigin, and of his queen in Cell Chúile.

     AI795.2

    The plundering of Í Coluim Chille, and of Inis Muiredaig, and of Inis Bó Finne.

     AI795.3

    Repose of Faendledach Bec, abbot of Ard Macha.

 p.121
AI796
     AI796.1

    Kl. The heathens in Ireland.

     AI796.2

    Death of Mael Coba son of Flann.Feórna, king of Ciarraige Luachra

     AI796.3

    Colla son of Fergus, king of Connachta, dies.

AI797
     AI797.1

    Kl. Donnchadh son of Domnall son of Aed son of Niall, king of Temuir, dies.

     AI797.2

    Ólchobar, son of Flann, abbot of Inis Cathaig, rested.

AI798
     AI798.1

    Kl. Beginning of a Cycle. The second feria [Monday], ninth of the moon.

     AI798.2

    Repose of Flaithbertach, son of Flann.

AI799
     AI799.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], twentieth of the moon.

     AI799.2

    The slaying of Domnall, son of Donnchadh. Cellach [was] victor.

     AI799.3

    Death of Mescell, king of Laíges.

AI800
     AI800.1

    Kl. The fourth feria [Wednesday], first of the moon.

     AI800.2

    Minndenach, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

     AI800.3

    Dalbach of Cúil Collainge rested in Christ.

AI801
     AI801.1

    Kl.

AI802
     AI802.1

    Kl. Death of Muiredach, king of Uí Néill.

     AI802.2

    Repose of Ólchobar, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI803
     AI803.1

    Kl. A battle between the Ciarraige and Eógan acht, in which Aed Alláin, son of Cairpre, fell.

AI804
     AI804.1

    Kl.

AI804a
     AI804a.1

    Kl.

AI805
     AI805.1

    Ólchobar son of Dub Indrecht, royal heir of Mumu, dies.

 p.123
AI806
     AI806.1

    Kl. Gormgal son of Dindathach, abbot of Ard Macna and Cluain Eóis, rested.

AI807
     AI807.1

    Kl. Connmach son of Dub dá Leithe, abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI807.2

    The slaying of Congal, son of Tadc, in Alba.

AI808
     AI808.1

    Kl. Taicthech grandson of Tigernán, lector of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI808.2

    A defeat [inflicted] by the Laigin on Aed, son of Niall, at the river of Liphe.

AI809
     AI809.1

    Kl. Coibdenach the learned, abbot of Lothra, [rested].

     AI809.2

    Échtbrann, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, [rested].

AI810
     AI810.1

    Kl. The law concerning cows [promulgated] in Mumu by Dáire and by Aduar, son of Echen.

AI811
     AI811.1

    Kl. Ailibre of Ulaid, from whom the Book of Ailibre [is named, rested].

     AI811.2

    Repose of Dímán of Cell Druman.

AI812

    Kl. The foundation of Dísert Diarmata; [Diarmait], son of Aed Rón, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI813
     AI813.1

    Kl.

AI814
     AI814.1

    Kl. Repose of Aedán moccu Raichlich, abbot of Les Mór.

     AI814.2

    The abbacy of Les Mór to Flann, son of Fairchellach.

AI815
     AI815.1

    Kl. Muirgius son of Tomaltach, king of Connachta, dies.

     AI815.2

    Forbasach, king of Corcu Laígde, dies.

 p.125
AI816
     AI816.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The burning of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI816.2

    Repose of Conaing son of Donat, abbot of Corcach.

     AI816.3

    The exhibition of the shrine of Mo-Chutu by Flann, son of Fairchellach.

AI817
     AI817.1

    Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], ninth of the moon. Cú Chuimne, abbot of Lain Ela, [rested].

     AI817.2

    Tipraite son of Cethernach, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, [rested].

AI818
     AI818.1

    Kl. Fothad of Fothain, i.e. Fothad Canóine, rested.

     AI818.2

    The shrine of Mochta of Lugmad in flight before Aed,son of Niall, and it came to Les Mór.

AI819
     AI819.1

    Kl. Death of Aed son of Niall, king of Temuir, on a hosting in Alba.

     AI819.2

    Repose of Rechtabra son of Muchthigern, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

AI820
     AI820.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Causantin [Custantin, king of Fortrenn (Pictland), AU] son of Fergus, king of Alba.

     AI820.2

    Feidlimid, son of Crimthann, took the kingship of Caisel.

AI821
     AI821.1

    Kl. Artri son of Cathal, king of Caisel, dies.

AI822
     AI822.1

    Kl. Mac Riaguil, abbot of Birra, rested.

AI823
     AI823.1

    Kl. The invasion of Bennchor by the heathens and the shrine of Comgall was broken by them, and its learned men and its bishops were put to the sword.

AI824
     AI824.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Mag Bile and Bennchor plundered by the heathens.

     AI824.2

    Tamlachta of Mael Ruain plundered by the community of Cell Dara.

     AI824.3

    Scelec was plundered by the heathens and Étgal was carried off into captivity, and he died of hunger on their hands.

 p.127
AI825
     AI825.1

    Kl. Repose of Flann son of Fairchellach, abbot of Les Mór, Imlech Ibuir, and Corcach.

AI826
     AI826.1

    Kl.

AI828
     AI828.1

    Kl. Cormac son of Domnall, of the Déisi, dies.

     AI828.2

    ... Múscraige Mittaine, and they left Éladach, son of Dúnlang, and one hundred and seventy [dead]. The community of Corcach again collected the UíEchach and Corcu Laígde and Ciarraige Cuirche to Múscraige and they left two hundred [dead] with them again.

AI829
     AI829.1

    Kl. Death of Muiredach, king of Laigin.Mael Cellaig son of Scandlán, king of Gabair, dies.

AI830
     AI830.1

    Kl. A defeat [inflicted] by Feidlimid, son of Crimthann, on the Connachta and Uí Néill, in which Follamon, son of Donnchadh, fell.

AI831
     AI831.1

    Kl. The slaying of Donnubán son of Artrí, king of Glennamain.

AI832
     AI832.1

    Kl. The slaying of Dub dá Bairenn, a royal heir of Gabair.

AI833
     AI833.1

    Kl. Les Mór Mo-Chutu and Cell Mo-Laise plundered by the heathens.

     AI833.2

    Death of Cobthach son of Mael Dúin, king of Loch Léin.

     AI833.3

    Death of Diarmait son of Tomaltach, king of Connachta.

     AI833.4

    Conchobar son of Donnchadh, king of Temuir, dies.

AI834
     AI834.1

    Kl. Eógan, bishop of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI834.2

    Death of Cellach son of Bran, king of Laigin.

     AI834.3

    Death of Dúnadach son of Scandlán, king of Gabair.

AI835
     AI835.1

    Kl. Indrechtach, son of Tomaltach, one of the two kings of Ulaid, [dies].

 p.129
AI836
     AI836.1

    Kl. Entry of Feidlimid into the abbacy of Corcach.

AI837
     AI837.1

    Bissextile. K.

AI838
     AI838.1

    A great assembly of the men of Ireland in Cluain Ferta Brénainn, and Niall son of Aed, king of Temuir, submitted to Feidlimid, son of Crimthann, so that Feidlimid became full king of Ireland that day, and he occupied the abbot's chair of Cluain Ferta.

AI839
     AI839.1

    Kl. Cathal son of Muirgius, king of Connachta, dies.

AI840
     AI840.1

    Kl. Feidlimid harried Leth Cuinn from Birra to Temuir, and he was checked at Temuir, and he seized Gormlaith, daughter of Murchad, king of Laigin, together with her female train, and Indrechtach, son of Mael Dúin, was killed by him at Temuir.

AI841
     AI841.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Domnall son of Cathal, king of Uí Echach.

AI842
     AI842.1

    Kl. The Law of Patrick [brought] to Mumu by Forannán and by Diarmait.

AI843
     AI843.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Ruanaid, king of Mide.

AI844
     AI844.1

    Kl. The plundering of Dún Másc, in which Aed son of Dub dá Chrích, abbot of Tír dá Glas, fell.

AI845
     AI845.1

    Bissextile. Kl The slaying of Donnchadh, son of Flann, by Mael Sechnaill.

     AI845.2

    Forannán, abbot of Ard Macha, was carried off by the heathens from Cluain Comarda, and the shrine of Pátraic was broken and carried off by them.

 p.131
AI846
     AI846.1

    Kl. Niall son of Aed, king of Temuir, was drowned in the Calann, i.e. a river beside Ard Macha.

AI847
     AI847.1

    Kl. The seventh feria [Saturday], tenth of the moon.Feidlimid, son of Crimthann, fell asleep.

AI848
     AI848.1

    Kl. Ólchobar son of Cinaed, abbot of Imlech Ibuir, took the kingship of Caisel.

     AI848.2

    The battle of Sciath Nechtain in Laigin [gained] by Ólchobar over the foreigners, in which Tomrair the Jarl fell.

     AI848.3

    Death of Draignén son of Dúnadach, king of Gabair.

AI849
     AI849.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Flann son of Echaid, king of Dál Araide.

AI850
     AI850.1

    Kl. Repose of Cétadach, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI850.2

    Repose of Rechtabra, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI850.3

    Death of Cobthach, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

AI851
     AI851.1

    Kl. Repose of ólchobarson of Cinaed, abbot of Imlech Ibuir and king of Caisel.

AI852
     AI852.1

    Kl. Ailgenan, son of Donngal, took the kingship of Caisel.

     AI852.2

    Forannan and Diarmait, abbots of Ard Macha, fell asleep.

AI853
     AI853.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Ailgenan son of Donngal, king of Caisel, fell asleep.

     AI853.2

    Congal, grandson of Lachtna, was made king by the Ciarraige Luachra.

     AI853.3

    Death of Talamnach son of Aed, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI854
     AI854.1

    Kl. Indrechtach grandson of Fínnechta, abbot of Í suffered martyrdom at the hands of Saxons when on his way to Rome.

AI855
     AI855.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], ninth of the moon. The battle of Cúil Daim, in which Comán, son of Suibne, fell.

AI856
     AI856.1

    Kl. Mael Guala, son of Donngal, took the kingship of Caisel.

     AI852.2

    Repose of Cathasach, abbot of Ard Macha.

 p.133
AI857
     AI857.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Aed, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra.

     AI857.1

    The fleet of Búitíne came to Ireland.

AI858
     AI858.1

    Kl. A hosting by Mael Sechnaill against Mumu.

     AI858.2

    Repose of Maine son of Uargus, abbot of Imlech.

     AI858.3

    Cinaed son of Alpín, king of Alba, died.

AI859
     AI859.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Guala son of Donngal, king of Caisel.

     AI859.2

    Cerball, son of Donngal, with the men of Mumu on a hosting in Uí Néill, from the feast of Martin [November 11] till the feast [ ], and he harried it as far as Sliab Fuait, and the North submitted to him.

AI860
     AI860.1

    Kl. Aed, son of Dub dá Bairenn, took the kingship of Gabair.

AI861
     AI861.1

    Kl. Cenn Faelad, grandson of Muchthigern, took the kingship of Caisel.

     AI861.2

    Death of Domnall son of Alpín, king of Alba.

AI862
     AI862.1

    Kl. Death of Mael Sechnaill, son of Mael Ruanaid.

AI863
     AI863.1

    Kl. Repose of Dainél, abbot of Les Mór and Corcach.

     AI863.2

    Repose of Aedán, abbot of Inis Cathaig.

AI864
     AI864.1

    Kl. Death of Cermait son of Cathrannach, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI865
     AI865.1

    Bissextile. Kl. An eclipse of the sun on this Kalend.

     AI865.2

    Death of Tadc son of Diarmait, king of Laigin.

AI866
     AI866.1

    Kl. Tomrar the Jarl, plundered Cluain Ferta Brénainn, and Brénainn killed him on [the] third day after he had reached his camp.

 p.135
AI867
     AI867.1

    Kl. Amlaíb committed treachery against Les Mór, and Martan was liberated from him.

AI868
     AI868.1

    Kl. Connmach, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, dies.

     AI868.2

    Dubthach of Bérre, a learned man, rested.

     AI868.3

    A battle between Flann, son of Conaing, and Aed, son of Niall, in which Flann, son of Conaing, fell.

AI869
     AI869.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Dúnlang son of Muirchertach, king of Laigin.

AI870
     AI870.1

    Kl. Repose of Suairlech of In tEidnén, abbot of Cluain Iraird.

AI871
     AI871.1

    Kl. Repose of Niall son of Donngal, abbot of Cluain Lama and of Cúil Collainge.

AI872
     AI872.1

    Kl. Cenn Faelad grandson of Muchthigern, abbot of Imlech Ibuir and king of Caisel, [rested].

     AI872.2

    Ferdomnach, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, [rested].

AI873
     AI873.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Flaithbertach son of Dub Ruip, king of Corcu Modruad, dies.

     AI873.2

    The harrying of Connachta by Dúnchad son of Dub dá Bairenn, king of Caisel.

     AI873.3

    Bárid with a great fleet from Áth Cliath [went] by sea westwards, and he plundered Ciarraige Luachra under ground, i.e. the raiding of the caves.

AI874
     AI874.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], ninth of the moon. Féthgna, abbot of Ard Macha, rested in Christ.

AI875
     AI875.1

    Kl. Muiredach son of Bran, king of Laigin, harried UíNéill as far as Sliab Fuait, and the Fair of Tailltiu was held.

 p.137
AI876
     AI876.1

    Kl. Death of Rechtabra son of Bran, king of Laigin.

     AI876.2

    Repose of Eógan, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI877
     AI877.1

    Bissextile. Kl.

AI878
     AI878.1

    Kl. Death of Congal son of Lachtna, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

AI879
     AI879.1

    Kl. Death of Aed son of Niall, king of Temuir.

AI880
     AI880.1

    Kl. Repose of Feradach, abbot of Í Coluim Chille.

AI881
     AI881.1

    Kl. Repose of Aed of In tAilén, bishop and confessor of Ireland.

AI882
     AI882.1

    Kl. Repose of Rudgal son of Fíngal, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI882.2

    Repose of Flann son of Cellach, abbot of Scelec.

AI883
     AI883.1

    Kl. The burning of Les Mór by the son of lmar.

     AI883.2

    Repose of Cathasach, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI884
     AI884.1

    Kl. Repose of Domnall son of Muirecán, king of Laigin.

AI885
     AI885.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Muiredach, son of the king of Laigin.

AI886
     AI886.1

    Kl. Death of Uromun son of Aed, king of Ulaid.

     AI886.1

    The destruction of Dún Tidill in the territory of Ara.

AI887
     AI887.1

    Kl. Repose ...

     AI887.2

    Anealoen the pilgrim, came to Ireland, and the wearing of the hair long was abolished by him, and tonsures were accepted.

     AI887.3

    Repose of Cúcen Máthair, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

 p.139
AI888
     AI888.1

    Kl. Death of Cerball son of Dúngal, king of Osraige.

     AI888.2

    Death of Aed son of Conchobar, king of Connachta.

     AI888.3

    Repose of Mael Coba son of Crunnmael, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI889
     AI889.1

    Kl. The entry of Dub Lachtna, son of Mael Guala, into the kingship of Caisel, and of Tadc, son of Conchobar,into the kingship of Connachta.

AI890
     AI890.1

    Kl. The slaying of Eógan son of Cenn Faelad, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI890.2

    Death of Indrechtach son of Aed, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

AI891
     AI891.1

    Kl. Death of Gormán son of Mugrón, king of Glennamain.

     AI891.2

    Repose of Faelán son of Mael Dúin, abbot of Í Coluim Chille.

     AI891.3

    Mael Petair, son of Cúán, took Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI892
     AI892.1

    Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nois.

AI893
     AI893.1

    First after Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Mochta, bishop of Ard Macha.

     AI893.2

    The heathens departed from Ireland this year.

AI894
     AI894.1

    Kl. Diarmait, son of Cerball, took the kingship of Osraige.

     AI894.2

    Repose of Flann son of Forbasach, abbot of Les Mór. Mael Brigte succeeded him in the abbacy.

AI895
     AI895.1

    Kl. Death of Dub Lachtna son of Mael Guala, king of Caisel.

     AI895.2

    Repose of Mael Petair son of Cúán, abbot of Tír dá Glas and Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI896
     AI896.1

    Kl. Death of Murchad son of Maenach, king of the west of Connachta.

     AI896.2

    The martyrdom of Mael Achid, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI896.3

    The slaying of Flann son of Lonán, king of the poets of Ireland, by the Uí Fhothaid Tíre.

     AI896.4

    Cenn Gégáin took the kingship of Caisel.

 p.141
AI897
     AI897.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Cathasach son of Fergus, abbot of Ard Macha.

     AI897.2

    Cormac of Mothail took the kingship of the Déisi, and Mael Bennachta was killed by him.

AI898
     AI898.1

    Kl. Death of Flann son of Cathrannach, king of Corcu Bascinn.

     AI898.2

    Lennán, son of Cathrannach, succeeded him in the Kingship.

AI899

    Kl. Repose of Mescell son of Cumascach, abbot of Imlech Ibuir, and Flann, son of Conall, took the abbacy after him.

AI900
     AI900.1

    Kl. Repose of Tadc son of Conchobar, king of Connachta, after he had renounced the world on the hide of Ciaran's Dun Cow.

     AI900.2

    Death of Domnall, king of Alba.

     AI900.3

    Repose of Fíngen, an anchorite from Mumu, in Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI901
     AI901.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Brolach, abbot of Inis Cathaig.

     AI901.2

    The slaying of Mael Ruanaid, a royal heir of Temuir.

     AI901.3

    Cormac son of Cuilennán, the noble bishop and the celibate, took the kingship of Caisel.

AI902
     AI902.1

    Kl. The slaying of Cenn Gégáin, king of Caisel, by the Cenél Conaill Chaisil.

AI903
     AI903.1

    Kl.

AI904
     AI904.1

    Kl. Repose of Flann son of Conail, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI904.2

    Repose of Ioseph of Loch Con, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

 p.143
AI905
     AI905.1

    Kl. Barbarians came across the Tyrrhenian Sea and across every sea besides from the East of the World, and they arrived in Italy and Rome on steeds, and clad in leather garments and accompanied by close-cropped women.

AI906
     AI906.1

    Kl. Death of Ciarmacán son of Flannabra, king of Gabair.

     AI906.2

    A woman was cast up on the shore of Alba this year. Her length [was] 192 feet; the length of her plaits 16 [feet]; the length of the fingers of her hand 6 feet; the length of her nose 6 [feet]; her body as white as a swan or the foam of a wave.

AI907
     AI907.1

    Kl. The plundering of Lough Rí by the men of Mumu as far as Mairg Laigen and Mag Léna, as a result of which Mael Craíbe son of Cathalán, king of Cenél Fiachrach,and many others were slain.

     AI907.2

    Cet, son of Flaithbertach, took the kingship of Corcu Modruad.

     AI907.3

    A Munster hosting [led] by Cormac, son of Cuilennán, and by Flaithbertach, son of Inmainén, [went] to Mag na Cuirre, and they took the hostages of Uí Néill. And they proceeded shortly after that into Mag Aí and obtained their demands from Connachta. On Christmas Day they were in the east, and on the Kalends [1st] of January in the west. Hence Cormac said:

    1. Good fortune, O lakes of Luchar
    etc.

     AI907.4

    Eight score ferryings(?) [were made] by Cormac, king of Caisel, until they [his forces] arrived in Cluain Moccu Nóis during that Christmas.

 p.145
AI908
     AI908.1

    Kl. The sixth feria [Friday], twenty-fourth of the moon.

     AI908.2

    The battle of Mag Ailbe [gained] by the Laigin and the Uí Néi11 over the Munstermen, in which Cormac son of Cuilennán, king of Caisel, and Cellach son of Cerball, king of Osraige, fell. Hence a learned man said:

    1. Nine hundred and nine years
      From the birth of Christ-a good sign
      Until fair Cormac fell
      In the beautiful Plains of Ailbe.

AI909
     AI909.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cerball son of Muirecán, king of Laigin.

     AI909.2

    Death of Colmán son of Cinaed, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

AI910
     AI909.1

    Kl.

AI911
     AI911.1

    Kl. Domnall son of Aed, king of Ailech, assumed the pilgrim's staff, and Niall, son of Aed, took the kingship after him.

AI912
     AI912.1

    Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Mael Domnaig, abbot of Les Mór.

AI913
     AI913.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Tipraite son of Mael Finn, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI913.2

    Repose of Torpaid son of Taicthech, chief poet of Ireland.

     AI913.3

    Repose of Mael Caisil son of Cinaed, abbot of Mungarit.

AI914
     AI914.1

    Kl. Flaithbertach, son of Inmainén, took the kingship of Caisel.

     AI914.2

    Eochu, son of Scandán, took the abbacy of Imlech lbuir

AI915

    Kl.

AI916
     AI916.1

    Kl. Death of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Ireland.

     AI916.2

    The slaying of Gébennach son of Aed, king of Gabair, by foreigners.

     AI916.3

    Niall son of Aed, took the kingship of Temuir.

     AI916.4

    Repose of Aed son of Ailill, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

 p.147
AI917
     AI917.1

    Bissextile. Kl. A slaughter of foreigners, viz. Seven hundred, by the Uí Chonaill Gabra and by the Fir Maige Féine at Raithen Mór.

     AI917.2

    A mortality of cattle and birds, such that the sound of a blackbird or a thrush was scarcely heard that year.

AI918
     AI918.1

    Kl.

AI919
     AI919.1

    Kl. Death of Cet son of Flaithbertach, king of Corcu Modruad.

     AI919.2

    A year of scarcity and hunger.

     AI919.3

    The battle of Áth Cliath, in which the men of Ireland were defeated by In Caech, grandson of Ímar, and there fell therein nobles of the north of Ireland, including Niall Glúndub son of Aed, king of Ireland, and Aed son of Eochucán, king of Ulaid, and Mael Mithig son of Flannacán,king of the men of Brega, and Conaing son of Flann, royal heir of Temuir, and many others.

     AI919.4

    Low Sunday in Summer.

AI920
     AI920.1

    Kl. The martyrdom of Cormac son of Cuilennán, bishop and vice-abbot of Les Mór, abbot of Cell Mo-Laise,king of the Déisi, and chief counsellor of Mumu, at the hands of the Uí Fhothaid Aiched.

     AI920.2

    The slaying of Murchad son of Flann, king of Corcu Bascinn.

AI921
     AI921.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Bergíne son of Riacán, king of Uí Chairpri.

     AI921.2

    Death of Domnall son of Flann, royal heir of Ireland. He was slain by his brother, namely by Donnchadh, son of Flann.

     AI921.3

    Gothbraid, grandson of Ímar, took Áth Cliath.

AI922
     AI922.1

    Kl. Repose of Cormac son of Aedán, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI922.2

    Tomrair son of Elgi, a Jarl of the foreigners, on Luimnech (the Lower Shannon), and he proceeded and plundered Inis Celtra and Muicinis, and burned Cluain Moccu Nóis; and he went on Loch Rí and plundered all its islands, and he ravaged Mide.

 p.149
AI923
     AI923.1

    Kl. Repose of Aed Ua Raithenáin, sage of Ireland.

     AI923.2

    Death of Mael Cluiche son of Conchobar, royal heir of Connachta.

     AI923.3

    Death of Mae1 Curarda grandson of C1éirech, royal heir of the south of Connachta.

AI924
     AI924.1

    Kl. Gothbraid, grandson of Ímar, went by sea westwards and took the hostages of the south of Ireland by sea to Ros Ailithir.

     AI924.2

    Muiredach son of Domnall, abbot of Mainister Búiti and tanist-abbot of Ard Macha, rested.

AI925
     AI925.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cathal son of Conchobar, king of Connachta.

     AI925.2

    Death of Dubgall son of Aed, king of Ulaid.

     AI925.3

    Repose of Cairpre son of Abél, ollav of Ireland.

AI926
     AI926.1

    Kl. Repose of Colmán son of Ailill abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis and Cluain Iraird.

     AI926.2

    The fleet of Port Láirge [came] over land, and they settled on Loch Gair.

AI927
     AI927.1

    Kl. Repose of Mael Brigte son of Tornán, abbot of Ard Macha and abbot of Í Coluim Chille.

     AI927.2

    A slaughter of the foreigners of Port Láirge [was inflicted] at Cell Mo-Chellóc by the men of Mumu and by the foreigners of Luimnech.

     AI927.3

    Repose of Mael Corguis Ua Conaill, bishop of Tuad Mumu.

AI928
     AI928.1

    Kl.Death of Muirgel, daughter of Mael Sechnaill.

     AI928.2

    Fínnechta, abbot of Corcach, rested in Christ.

AI929
     AI929.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Fínnechta son of Laegaire, chief anchorite of Ireland, king of Ciarraige Luachra, and chief counsellor of Mumu, rested.

     AI929.2

    Repose of Tuathal, learned bishop of Leth Cuinn.

 p.151
AI930
     AI930.1

    Kl. A naval encampment [made] by the foreigners of Luimnech at Loch Bethrach in Osraige, and DErc. Ferna in Osraigewas ravaged by them.

AI931
     AI931.1

    Kl. The seventh feria [Saturday], ninth of the moon. Repose of Tipraite son of Amsene, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI932
     AI932.1

    Kl. Death of Aengus son of Angus, [chief poet] of Ireland.

AI933
     AI933.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cuilén son of Cellach, king of Osraige.

     AI933.2

    Repose of Ólchobar, abbot of Ros Ailithir.

AI934
     AI934.1

    Kl. Repose of Rebachán son of Mothla, abbot of Tuaim Gréine and king of Dál Cais.

     AI934.2

    Repose of Uallach daughter of Muinechan, poetess of Ireland.

     AI934.3

    Donnchadh, son of Cellach, took the kingship of Osraige.

AI935
     AI935.1

    Kl. Repose of Mac Lenna, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

AI936
     AI936.1

    Kl. Repose of Ioseph, abbot of Ard Macha; and Mael Pátraic succeeded him in the abbacy.

     AI936.2

    Repose of Aniudán son of Mael Gorm, king of Corcu Modruad.

AI937
     AI937.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Ferga son of Conaing, king of Ailech.

     AI937.2

    Death of Conaing, son of Niall, etc.

     AI937.3

    A mighty wind.

AI938
     AI938.1

    Kl. Repose of Ciarán son of Ciarmacán, abbot of Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

AI939
     AI939.1

    Kl. Repose of Aed son of Mael Pátraic, abbot of Achad Deó

 p.153
AI940
     AI940.1

    Kl. Death of Aralt, grandson of Ímar, at the hands of the Connachta.

AI941
     AI941.1

    Bissextile. Kl. A slaughter of the Déisi by Cellachán, king of Caisel, in which Cé1echair son of Cormac, king of the Déisi, and four hundred along with him, fell.

AI942
     AI942.1

    Kl. Repose of Eochaid son of Scandlán, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI942.2

    Mael Cáich, lector of Imlech Ibuir, rested in Christ.

AI943
     AI943.1

    Kl. The violent death of Muirchertach son of Niall, royal heir of Ireland, at the hands of the heathens.

     AI943.2

    The violent death of Lorcán son of Faelán, king of Laigin, at the hands of the heathens.

AI944
     AI944.1

    Kl. Repose of Flaithbertach, son of Inmainén.

     AI944.2

    Death of Donnchadh son of Flann, and of Conn his son.

     AI944.3

    The plundering of Áth Cliath by the Uí Néill and the Laigin.

AI945
     AI945.1

    Kl. Death of Aurchad, king of Uí Briuin.

AI946
     AI946.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Repose of Dub Scuile of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI947
     AI947.1

    Kl. A leaf [descended] from heaven upon the altar of Imlech Ibuir, and a bird spoke to the people; and many other marvels this year; and Blácair, king of the foreigners, was killed.

AI948
     AI948.1

    Kl. Death of Cormac son of Indrechtach, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

AI949
     AI949.1

    Kl. Death of Flaithbertach, son of Muirchertach, son of Niall.

AI950
     AI950.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Matudán, king of Ulaid. Death of Ruaidrí Ua Canannáin, high-king of Cenél Conaill.

 p.155
AI951
     AI951.1

    Kl. A foray by Cellachán and by Donnchadh, and they plundered Cluain Ferta Brénainn and Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI951.2

    Death of Cennétig son of Lorcán, royal heir of Caisel.

     AI951.3

    Repose of Ailill abbot of Corcach.

AI952
     AI952.1

    Kl. Repose of Orthanach, abbot of Ros Cré.

     AI952.2

    Death of Domnall son of Donnchadh, king of the Déisi or of Mide.

AI953
     AI953.1

    Kl. The slaying of Conchobar, son of Ciarmacán.

     AI953.2

    Repose of Diarmait, abbot of Les Mór.

     AI953.3

    Repose of Diarmait son of Aicher, bishop of Tuad Mumu.

     AI953.4

    Death of Lachtna, son of Cennétig, son of Lorcán.

AI954
     AI954.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The first feria [Sunday], twenty-third of the moon, the sixth concurrent.

     AI954.2

    Repose of Dub Inse, learned bishop of Ireland, and of Cellachán, king of Caisel, and of Éladach the learned, abbot of Ros Ailithir, and of Uarach, bishop of Imlech Ibuir, and of Célechair, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis and Cluain Iraird, and of Cormac Ua Maíl Shluaig, learned sage of Mumu, and of Lugaid Ua Maíl Shempail,abbot of Domnach Pátraic, and of Cenn Faelad son of Suibne, anchorite of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI954.3

    Diarmait son of Torpaid, abbot of Les Mór, [rested].

AI955
     AI955.1

    Kl. Death of Cenn Faelad Ua Dúngalaig.

AI956
     AI956.1

    Kl. Death of Congalach son of Mael Mithig, king of Ireland.

     AI956.2

    Death of Tadc, son of Cathal, king of Connachta.

     AI956.3

    Two grandsons of Mael Sechnaill were blinded by the son of Muirchertach.

AI957
     AI957.1

    Kl. Repose of Mael Cellaig, coarb of Ailbe.

     AI957.2

    Repose of Cathasach son of Duiligén, coarb of Patrick.

     AI957.3

    Death of Mael Fothardaig, king of Caisel.

 p.157
AI958
     AI958.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Domnall son of Aengus, king of Uí Echach.

     AI958.2

    Death of Tuathal son of Augaire, king of Laigin.

     AI958.3

    Repose of Cinaed Ua Con Minn, bishop of Les Mór and Inis Cathaig.

     AI958.4

    Repose of Aed son of Cellach, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI959
     AI959.1

    Kl. Death of Dub dá Bairenn son of Domnall, king of Caisel.

     AI959.2

    Repose of Maenach son of Cormac, abbot of Les Mór.

AI960
     AI960.1

    Kl.

AI961
     AI961.1

    Kl. Repose of Cathmug, bishop of Corcach and abbot of Les Mór.

AI962
     AI962.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Flaithbertach son of Conchobar, king of Ailech.

     AI962.2

    Death of Eógan son of Muirecán, royal official of Ireland.

     AI962.3

    Death of Murchad, king of Uí Maine.

     AI962.4

    Death of Scandlán grandson of Riacán, king of Uí Fhidgeinte.

AI963
     AI963.1

    Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], second of the moon, third concurrent, 963 years.

     AI963.2

    The slaying of Congal son of Cormac, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

     AI963.3

    Death of Donnchadh son of Cellachán, king of Caisel.

     AI963.4

    A slaughter of the Tuad Mumu on the Sinann, and they abandoned their vessels and were drowned.

AI964
     AI964.1

    Kl. The plundering of Cell Dara by the foreigners of Áth Cliath; and the female erenagh died in the same year.

AI965
     AI965.1

    Kl. Repose of Dunchad, abbot of Tír dá Glas.

     AI965.2

    Repose of Cinaed son of Mael Ciarain, abbot of Les Moacute;r.

 p.159
AI966
     AI966.1

    Bissextile. Kl. Death of Cellach son of Faelán, king of Laigin, and of Faelán son of Cormac, king of the Déisi.

     AI966.2

    Repose of Muiredach son of Fergus, abbot of Ard Macha.

AI967
     AI967.1

    Kl. Death of Ferga Ua Ruairc, king of Connachta.

     AI967.2

    A defeat of the foreigners of Luimnech by Mathgamain, son of Cennétig, at Sulchuait, and Luimnech was burned by him before noon on the following day.

     AI967.3

    Repose of Conn son of Corcrán, abbot of Mungarit.

AI968
     AI968.1

    Kl. A raid by Mathgamain on Uí Énna Áine, and Cathal son of Fogartach, royal mercenary of Ireland, was left there [dead].

     AI968.2

    The plundering of Imlech Ibuir, and a camp [was pitched]there for two days.

AI969
     AI969.1

    Kl. Death of Tresach son of Mael Muine, king of Gabair, [inflicted] by Mael Sechnaill.

     AI969.2

    A hosting by Mathgamain against the son of Bran, and he took hostages from him.

     AI969.3

    Beólán Litil and his son were killed by Ímar of Luimnech.

     AI9695.4

    Death of Ardgal son of Matudan, king of Ulaid, and of Donnocán son of Mael Maire, king of Airgialla, [inflicted] by the son of Congalachand by the foreigners of Áth Cliath.

AI972
     AI972.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The burning of the house of Dubchrón Ua Longacháin, in which seventy fell; and the banishment of [Norse] officials from Mumu; and the three ordinances, viz., the banishment of the [Norse] officials, the banishment of the foreigners from Luimnech, and the burning of the fortress, were enacted by the counsel of the nobles of Mumu, namely, Mathgamain and Faelán and the son of Bran, and others.

     AI972.2

    Repose of Tuathal, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI972.3

    Death of Aed son of Loingsech, king of Ulaid, by the grandson of Matudán.

     AI972.4

    Death of Murchad son of Finn, king of Laigin.

     AI972.5

    Death of Gébennach son of Diarmait, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

 p.161
AI973
     AI973.1

    Kl. of January, the fourth feria [Wednesday], twenty-third of the moon, second concurrent.

     AI973.2

    Repose of Cinaed of In Durthach, anchorite of Ireland, in Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI973.3

    Dub dá Leithe, coarb of Patrick, came to Mumu and made his visitation; and he and the coarb of Ailbe quarrelled regarding the levy, and Mathgamain, king of Mumu, made peace between them, and they agreed upon the perpetual right of [the coarb of] Patrick.

     AI973.4

    Death of Conchobar son of Tadc son of Cathal, king of Connachta; and Connachta was then harried by Murchad Glún re Lár, and Cathal, son of Tadc, was killed immediately after taking the kingship.

AI974
     AI974.1

    Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], fourth of the moon.

     AI974.2

    The son of Aralt made a circuit of Ireland with a great company, and plundered Inis Cathaig, and brought Ímar from it into captivity.

     AI974.3

    Death of Murchad Glún re Lár.

     AI974.4

    Repose of Scandlán Ua hEirc, learned bishop and abbot of Inis Cathaig.

     AI974.5

    The son of Bran took the hostages of Mumu from Luimnech southwards, and marched against Mathgamain.

     AI974.6

    Death of Donnchadh Finn, son of Mael Sechnaill.

AI975
     AI975.1

    Kl. Death of Cormac, son of Faelán, by the army of Mathgamain.

     AI975.2

    Ímar escaped over sea, and Inis Ubdan was captured again.

AI976
     AI976.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The slaying of Mael Sechnaill son of Flannabra, king of Gabair, by foreigners.

     AI976.2

    Death of Donnchadh son of Cellach, king of Osraige.

     AI972.3

    The capture of Mathgamain son of Cennétig, king of Caisel. He was treacherously seized by Donnuban and handed over to the son of Bran in violation of the guarantee and despite the interdiction of the elders of Mumu, and he as put to death by Bran's son.

 p.163
AI977
     AI977.1

    Kl. The second feria [Monday], seventh of the moon, seventh concurrent.

     AI977.2

    Ímar, king of the foreigners, and his two sons, were killed on Inis Cathaig by Brian, son of Cennétig.

     AI977.3

    A raid by Brian, son of Cennétig, on Uí Fhidgeinte, and he made a slaughter of foreigners therein.

     AI977.4

    Muirchertach son of Domnall, royal heir of Ireland, and the son of Domnall son of Congal, another royal heir, were both killed by the foreigners of Áth Cliath, [A.D.] 978.

AI978
     AI978.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], eighteenth of the moon, [first] concurrent.

     AI978.2

    The battle of Belach Lechta, in which Mael Muad son of Bran, king of Caisel, and many others fell. Brian, son of Cennétig, was victor.

     AI978.3

    Corcach was plundered, and Fínnechta the bishop, died.

AI979
     AI979.1

    Kl. The fourth feria [Wednesday], twenty-ninth of the moon.

AI980
     AI980.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], tenth of the moon.

     AI980.2

    Death of Donnubán, king of Ress.

     AI980.3

    Death of Domnall Ua Néill, king of Temuir.

     AI980.4

    A great battle between Mael Sechnaill and the son of Amlaíb, and a slaughter of foreigners including Ragnall, son of Ímar, at Temuir, a measuring rod being required everywhere.

     AI980.5

    Repose of Faelán son of Caellaide, abbot of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI980.6

    Death of Comaltán Ua Cleirig.

AI981
     AI981.1

    Kl. The seventh [feria], twenty-first of the moon.

     AI981.2

    Repose of Anmchad, bishop of Laigin.

     AI981.3

    Repose of Eógan, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI981.3

    Repose of Mugrón, coarb of Colum Cille.

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AI982
     AI982.1

    Kl. The first feria [Sunday], second of the moon.

     AI982.2

    The men of Mumu made a foray as far as Osraige and took a great prey, and a good number of them were slain there.

     AI982.3

    Cathal son of Gébennach, a royal heir of In Déis Bec, and Uainide son of Donnubán, king of Uí Chairpri, and Donnchadh son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Gabair, and many others died this year.

     AI982.4

    The Tree of Mag Adar was broken by Leth Cuinn.

AI983
     AI983.1

    Kl. The second feria [Monday], thirteenth of the moon.

     AI983.2

    A large fleet [was brought] by Brian, son of Cennétig, into the territory of Connachta, and portion of his force was slain there, i.e. Mael Sechnaill, son of Coscrach, and Finn, son of Dubchrón, and Lochlainn son of Mael Sechnaill, royal heir of Corcu Modruad. His officials went by land into Uí Briúin, and great slaughter was mutually inflicted upon them and upon the Uí Brúin.

     AI983.3

    Repose of Cormac son of Mael Ciarain, abbot of Les Mór.

     AI983.4

    The capture of Gilla Pátraic, son of Donnchadh, king of Osraige, and the harrying of Osraige by Brian, son of Cennétig, and the taking of its hostages. He took the hostages of Laigin first in the middle of Mag Ailbe.

AI984
     AI984.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], twenty-fourth of the moon.

     AI984.2

    A great naval expedition(?) by the sons of Aralt to Port Láirge, and they and the son of Cennétig exchanged hostages there as a guarantee of both together providing a hosting to attack Áth Cliath. The men of Mumu assembled and proceeded to Mairg Laigen, and the foreigners overcame the Uí Cheinnselaig and went by sea; and the men of Mumu, moreover, devastated Osraige in the same year, and its churches, and the churches of Laigin, and the fortifications of both were laid waste, and Gilla Pátraic, son of Donnchadh, was released.

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AI985
     AI985.1

    Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], fifth of the moon.

     AI985.2

    The Déisi raided Brian's mercenaries and took three hundred cows. And Brian harried the Déisi to avenge that, and chased Domnall, son of Faelán, as far as Port Láirge, and the whole of the Déisi was devastated.

     AI985.3

    Abundance of mast in the above year, and it lasted until the end of the next year.

AI986
     AI986.1

    Kl. The sixth feria [Friday], sixteenth of the moon.

     AI980.2

    Aed, son of Mathgamain, was imprisoned by Brian, son of Cennétig.

     AI980.3

    Tipraite was removed from his abbot's seat in Imlech Ibuir. The abbacy was then given to Cétfaid, fosterson of Riata.

     AI980.4

    Í Coluim Chille was plundered by foreigners, and the Isles were devastated by them, and they slew the bishop of Í.

AI987
     AI987.1

    Kl. The seventh feria [Saturday], twenty-seventh of the moon.

     AI987.2

    A hosting by Brian, son of Cennétig, across Desmumu,and he took the hostages of Les Mór, Corcach and Imlech Ibuir as a guarantee of the banishment of robbers and lawless people therefrom.

AI988
     AI988.1

    Kl. The first feria [Sunday], ninth of the moon.

     AI988.2

    A fleet, viz. 300 boats, [was put] on Loch Rí by Brian, and they harried Mide and went to Uisnech. And twenty five boats of these went into Connachta, and a great slaughter of their crews was inflicted there, including Dúnlang, king of Raithlenn, Niall Ua hEirc, Dúngalach Ua Loingsig, and many others. And by them was slain Muirgius son of Conchobar, royal heir of Connachta.

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AI989
     AI989.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], twentieth of the moon.

     AI989.2

    Repose of Cétfaid fosterson of Riata, coarb of Ailbe.

     AI989.3

    Glún Iairn son of Amlaíb, king of the foreigners, was killed by his own people.

     AI989.4

    Congal son of Anrudán, king of Corcu Duibne, dies.

     AI989.5

    Colum son of Ciarucán, coarb of Barre, rested.

     AI989.6

    Dubchrón Ua Longacháin, king of Uí Chuanach, dies.

AI990
     AI990.1

    The fourth feria [Wednesday], first of the moon.

     AI990.2

    Marcán, son of Cennétig, took the abbacy of Imlech Ibuir; and the son of Ímar abandoned Port Láirge; and Ros Ailithir was invaded by foreigners, and the lector, namely, Mac Coise Dobráin, was taken prisoner by them, and he was ransomed by Brian at Inis Cathaig.

     AI990.3

    Death of Domnall son of Lorcán, king of Uí Fharga.

     AI990.4

    Daire Calgaig was plundered.

AI991
     AI991.1

    Kl. The fifth feria [Thursday], twelfth of the moon.

     AI991.2

    A hosting by Brian son of Cennétig into Laigin, on which fell Tadc, son of Donnchadh, and Cerrán Cnámchaille was killed to avenge him.

     AI991.3

    Donnchadh Ua Congalaig, royal heir of Ireland, was treacherously killed by Mael Sechnaill, son of Domnall, by means of an alliance(?).

     AI991.4

    Death of Domnall Ua Dúngalaig.

     AI991.5

    Repose of Scandlán son of Tadc, erenagh of Cell Dá Lua.

AI992.1
     AI992.2

    Bissextile. Kl. The sixth feria [Friday], twenty-third of the moon.

     AI992.3

    Repose of Mael Petair, coarb of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta.

     AI992.4

    Death of Dúnadach son of Diarmait, king of Corcu Bascinn.

     AI992.5

    Repose of Cathal son of Ledbán, abbot of Inis Cathaig.

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AI993
     AI993.1

    The first feria [Sunday], fourth of the moon, sixth concurrent.

     AI993.2

    A naval raid by Brian, and he reached Breifne from Loch Rí by way of Áth Liac northwards.

     AI993.3

    Repose of Muirgius son of Muiredach, erenagh of Mungarit.

     AI993.4

    Gilla Pátraic, son of Donnchadh, went to Mide and the churches of Mide, and its forts, were devastated.

     AI993.5

    A great slaughter of the Connachta by the king of Corcu Modruad, namely, by Conchobar, son of Mael Sechnaill, and Ruaidrí son of Coscrach, king of Uí Briuin, and many others fell therein.

     AI993.6

    Ímar with the full complement of three ships came [in flight] out of Áth Cliath before Amlaib's son.

AI994
     AI994.1

    Kl. The second feria [Monday], seventh concurrent,fifteenth of the moon.

     AI994.2

    Repose of Fínnechta Ua Ciarucáin, vice-abbot of Inis Cathaig.

AI995
     AI995.1

    Kl. The third feria [Tuesday], twenty-sixth of the moon, seventh concurrent.

     AI995.2

    Repose of Colla son of Connacán, i.e. a scribe, [and] coarb of Senán.

     AI995.3

    Death of Ragnall grandson of Ímar, king of the foreigners.

     AI995.4

    Death of Cinaed son of Mael Coluim, high-king of Alba.

     AI995.5

    Colum Ua Laigenain took the abbacy of Imlech Ibuir.

     AI995.6

    The fortifying(?) of Caisel, Inis Locha Gair, and Inis Locha Sainglenn, and many structures besides, by Brian.

AI996
     AI996.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday,seventh of the moon, sixth concurrent.

     AI996.2

    The hostages of Uí Cheinnselaig and of the west of Liphe were taken by Brian, son of Cennétig, in Mag Ailbe.

     p.173
     AI996.3

    Death of Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchadh, king of Osraige, and Cellach, son of Diarmait, took the kingship after him.

     AI996.4

    Ard Macha was set on fire by lightning, which did not leave unburnt a steeple therein, nor a house, nor the house of an elder inside the fort.

     AI996.5

    Dub dá Leithe, coarb of Ard Macha (or, of Patrick) and coarb of Colum Cille, rested in Christ.

     AI996.6

    Death of Conchobar, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra.

     AI996.7

    A slaughter of the Corcu Modruad in Connachta, in which Muirgius, son of Ruaidri, fell.

AI997
     AI997.1

    Kl. The sixth feria [Friday;], fourth concurrent, eighteenth of the moon.

     AI997.2

    Brian, son of Cennétig, with the princes of Mumu, and Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, king of Temuir, went to Port dá Chaineóc, and they divided Ireland between them into two, viz. Leth Cuinn to Mael Sechnaill and Leth Moga to Brian; and the hostages of the Laigin and of the foreigners which Mael Sechnaill had, were given to Brian.

     AI997.3

    Repose of Colmán of Corcach.

     AI997.4

    Repose of Mael Ísu son of Flannabra, coarb of Senán.

AI998
     AI998.1

    Kl. The seventh feria [Saturday], twenty-ninth of the moon.

     AI998.2

    Brian, son of Cennétig, [went] to Áth Luain, took the hostages of Connachta in one week, and handed them over to Mael Sechnaill.

AI999
     AI999.1

    Kl. The first feria [ Sunday], tenth of the moon.

     AI999.2

    Death of Ségéne son of Carrán, king of Uí Énna Áine.

     AI999.3

    Repose of Tipraite, son of Bran Finn.

     AI999.4

    A slaughter of the foreigners of Áth Cliath by Brian,son of Cennétig, together with the choice troops of Mumu, and the best part of the foreigners of Ireland fell therein, i.e. in the battle of Glenn Máma.

 p.175
AI1000
     AI1000.1

    Bissextile. Kl. The second feria [Monday], and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1000.2

    The men of Mumu invaded Áth Cliath, set fire to it, and burned it, and they invested it on the Kalends of January; and they burned Caill Tomair as firewood; and the king of the foreigners of Áth Cliath escaped from the battle to Ulaid, but found no protection for himself in Ireland until he handed over his hostages to Brian, son of Cennétig; and Brian gave the fort to the foreigners.

     AI1000.3

    Death of Cenn Faelad son of Conchobar, king of Gabair.

AI1001
     AI1001.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1001.2

    Muirecán, abbot of Ard Macha, was expelled from his abbot's seat, and Mael Maire took the abbacy instead.

     AI1001.3

    Death of Niall Ua Ruairc.

     AI1001.4

    Repose of Flaithem, abbot of Corcach.

     AI1001.5

    A great obstruction against the men of Mumu [was placed] on the Sinann at Áth Luain by Mael Sechnaill, and by the king of Connachta and by all Leth Cuinn.

AI1002
     AI1002.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the thirteenth of the moon [thereon].

     AI1002.2

    A hosting of the men of Mumu into Connachta, and they took the hostages of Connachta at Áth Luain, and the hostages of Mael Sechnaill.

     AI1002.3

    Repose of Colum Ua Laigenáin, coarb of Ailbe.

     AI1002.4

    A muster of the men of Mumu, the Connachta, the men of Mide, the Laigin, and of the foreigners of Áth Cliath and Port Láirge by Brian, son of Cennétig, against the Ulaid to take their hostages.

AI1003
     AI1003.1

    Kl. of January on Friday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1003.2

    Cellach son of Diarmait, king of 0sraige, was slain by the sons of Gilla Pátraic, son of Donnchadh.

     p.177
     AI1003.3

    The slaying of Conchobar son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Corcu Modruad, and of Amlaíb, son of Lochlainn, and of Aicher Ua Traigthech in the west of Connachta; and Cathal, son of Labraid, was killed by the sons of Donnchadh Finn.

     AI1003.4

    Brian, son of Cennétig, deposed the king of Laigin, i.e. Donnchadh, son of Domnall, and the hostages of Laigin were given by Brian to Mael Mórda, son of Murchad.

     AI1003.5

    The king of Uí Cheinnselaig acted treacherously towards Maedóc of Ferna, killing a royal heir of Uí Cheinnselaig inside the oratory.

     AI1003.6

    Dúnchad Ua Mancháin, abbot of Glenn dá Locha, rested.

     AI1003.7

    Flaithbertach Ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Eógain and Cenél Conaill, was killed by his own people by treachery.

     AI1003.8

    Repose of Donngal son of Beoán, abbot of Tuaim Gréine.

AI1004
     AI1004.1

    r. Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1004.2

    Gilla Cellaig, son of Comaltán Ua Cléirig, was slain in a battle between the Uí Fhiachrach and the Uí Maine.

     AI1004.3

    Brian son of Mael Ruanaid, king of Uí Briúin of Connachta, dies.

     AI1004.4

    A battle at Craeb Tulcha between the Ulaid and Cenél Eógain and Cenél Conaill, and Aed son of Domnall Ua Néill, king of Ailech, was slain therein; and Eochaid son of Ardgal, king of Ulaid, together with his princes fell in the same battle.

     AI1004.5

    Death of Muiredach son of Diarmait, king of Ciarraige Luachra; and the grandson of Aralt died in Mumu.

AI1005
     AI1005.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1005.2

    The Ulaid abandoned their land on account of scarcity and scattered throughout Ireland.

     AI1005.3

    A muster by Brian, son of Cennétig, of the men of Ireland, both foreigners and Gaedil south of Sliab Fuait, to Ard Machaand to Ráith Mór of Mag Line in Ulaid to obtain the hostages of Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eógain.

     p.179
     AI1005.4

    Repose of Aengus son of Bresal, coarb of Cainnech.

     AI1005.5

    Repose of Eochaid Ua Flannacáin, historian of Ard Macha.

     AI1005.6

    Brian went to Ard Macha and camped in Emain Macha.

AI1006
     AI1006.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1006.2

    Brian, together with the men of Mumu, the Laigin, the men of Mide, Mael Sechnaill, the Connachta, the foreigners of Áth Cliath, and the men of the whole of Ireland south of Sliab Fuait [came] to Áth Luain, went to Es Ruaid, proceeded across it northwards, and made a circuit of the north of Ireland including Cenél Conaill, Cenél Eógain, Ulaid, and Airgialla.

AI1007
     AI1007.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1007.2

    Death of Mael Ruanaid, king of Ulaid.

     AI1007.3

    A great muster of the men of Ireland, both foreigners and Gaedil, by Brian to Ard Macha, and they took the hostages of Ulaid from the king of Ailech by force.

     AI1007.4

    Fiachra, priest of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested in Christ.

     AI1007.5

    Robartach the anchorite, rested in Cluain Moccu Nóis.

     AI1007.6

    Death of Matudán, king of Ulaid

     AI1007.7

    Death of Cú Chonnacht, king of Síl Anmchada. He was slain by Ua Dúngalaig.

     AI1007.8

    Repose of Diarmait Ua Loingsecháin, coarb of Mac Í.

     AI1007.9

    Caicher son of Maenach, abbot of Mungarit, rested.

AI1008
     AI1008.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1008.2

    Repose of Céilechair son of Donn Cuan, abbot of Tír dá Glas.

     AI1008.3

    Ferdomnach, coarb of Colum Cille, rested.

     AI1008.4

    Fachtna, coarb of Finnián, rested.

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AI1009
     AI1009.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1009.2

    Death of Aed, king of the Déisi.

     AI1009.3

    Muiredach Ua Maenaig, abbot of Ros Cré, went on his pilgrimage.

     AI1009.4

    Death of Ruaidrí, son of Cétfaid.

     AI1009.5

    Death of Dub Choblaig, daughter of the king of Connachta [and] wife of Brian, son of Cennétig.

AI1010
     AI1010.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1010.2

    Repose of Marcáin son of Cennétig, coarb of Colum, son of Crimthann.

     AI1010.3

    Death of Cathal son of Conchobar, king of Connachta.

     AI1010.4

    A great hosting of the men of Mumu by Brian against Ua Néill, and it came to Ard Macha. And Ua Néill gave to Brian his demand in full, and Brian brought Ua Néill's hostages to Cenn Corad.

     AI1010.5

    Mael Suthain Ua Cerbaill {of Eóganacht}, eminent sage of Ireland, rested in Christ in Achad Deó.

     AI1010.6

    Cenn Faelad Ua Connáin, lector of Tuaim Gréine, rested.

     AI1010.7

    Death of Muiredach Ua hAeda, king of Múscraige.

AI1011
     AI1011.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1011.2

    A great muster of the men of Ireland by Brian, son of Cennétig, into Cenél Conaill, and they divided into two: half the army under the two sons of Brian, namely, Murchad and Domnall, proceeded and harried Cenél Conaill, and carried off much booty to Mumu; and Brian came after that to the lake.

     AI1011.3

    Death of Aed, son of Mathgamain, and of Domnall, son of Brian, in a single season at their houses.

     AI1011.4

    Abundance of nuts in the above year.

     AI1011.5

    A great hosting by Brian to Cenél Conaill both by land and sea, and Ua Maíl Doraid, king of Cenél Conaill, came with Brian to Cenn Corad, accepted a large stipend from him, and made complete submission to him.

 p.183
AI1012
     AI1012

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1012.5

    Repose of Loingsech son of Lonán, abbot of Ros Cré.

     AI1012.5

    Death of Ciarmac son of Mael Guala, king of Inis Cúile.

     AI1012.5

    A great downpour in the above year, and much of the corn crop was abandoned.

     AI1012.5

    Many fortifications were made in the above year by Brian, viz. the fort of Cenn Corad, Inis Gaill Duib, Inis Locha Sainglenn, and the fort of Cnoc Fochuir.

AI1013
     AI1013.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1013.2

    Much warfare took place in the above year between the foreigners and the Gaedil. Therein were slain Donnchadh, son of Donnchadh Finn Ua Maíl Shechnaill, and In tAlbanach, son of Mael Sechnaill, son of Domnall; and a slaughter of the men of Mide round Flann, son of Mael Sechnaill, was inflicted in Fine Gall. And thereupon a naval force of the foreigners proceeded along the south-west of Ireland, and they burned Corcach Mór Muman, and the king of Uí Liatháin inflicted a slaughter upon them. They went after that south-westwards to Clére, and Mathgamain, son of Dubgall, son of Amlaíb, son of Sitriuc, and the sons of Gilla Maire were slain there. That event was a great miracle of God and of Barre. Brian was then attacking the foreigners in Osraige and Laigin from the feast of Ciarán [September 9] until Christmas, and he did not bring about a peace.

     AI1013.3

    {Death of Brian, king of Ireland, with the royalty of Mumu ... }

     AI1013.4

    Mac Raith son of Congal, king of Corcu Duibne dies.

     AI1013.5

    Muirchertach, son of Aed Ua Néill, dies.

     AI1013.6

    Repose of Cathal son of Maine, coarb of Flannán.

     AI1013.7

    Low Sunday in Summer.

 p.185
AI1014
     AI1014.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1014.2

    Great warfare between Brian and the foreigners of Áth Cliath, and Brian then brought a great muster of the men of Ireland to Áth Cliath. After that the foreigners of Áth Cliath gave battle to Brian, son of Cennétig, and he was slain, with his son Murchad, royal heir of Ireland, and Murchad's son, namely, Tairdelbach, as also the princes of Mumu round Conaing, son of Donn Cúán, and round Domnall son of Diarmait, king of Corcu Bascinn, and round Mac Bethad son of Muiredach, king of Ciarraige Luachra, and also Tadc Ua Cellaig, king of Uí Maine, and many others. There were also slain in that battle Mael Mórda son of Murchad, king of Laigin, together with the princes of the Laigin round him, and the foreigners of the western world were slaughtered in the same battle.

     AI1014.3

    The coarb of Ciarán, i.e. Flaithbertach, son of Domnall, and the coarb of Caemgen, i.e. Conn.

     AI1014.4

    Death of Cian son of Mael Muad, and his brother.

     AI1014.5

    Death of Cathal son of Domnall, royal heir of Uí Echach.

     AI1014.6

    Death of Cairpre son of Clérchíne, king of Uí Chairpri.

     AI1014.7

    Death of Ruaidrí Ua Donnacain, and of Finn, son of Ócán.

     AI1014.8

    Death of Menma son of Aed, king of Uí Chaisíne.

AI1015
     AI1015.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1015.2

    Death of Domnall, son of Dub dá Bairenn, in a battle against the son of Bran.

     AI1015.3

    Death of Anmchad's son, king of Uí Liathain.

     AI1015.4

    Cathal, son of Conchobur, and Lochlainn his kinsman, were treacherously slain ... both from their kingship. One followed the other in the kingship of Corcu Modruad.

     AI1015.5

    Fiach, son of Dubchrón, was treacherously killed by Carrán's son in the middle of Imlech lbuir.

     AI1015.6

    Repose of Muirchertach, coarb of Ruadan.

     AI1015.7

    Death of Aed Ua Ruairc, king of Bréifne.

     p.187
     AI1015.8

    The foreigners of the Isles, viz. with the complement of seven ships, raided the Islands, and they plundered Ara, Inse Mod, and Inis Aingin(?), and carried off one hundred and fifty [captives] as booty.

     AI1015.9

    The plundering of Cell Mo-Chellóc by Ua Dúnchada and by Dúnadach, son of Conaing.

     AI1015.10

    The vacating of Imlech Ibuir, and the invasion of Lothra.

     AI1015.11

    Most of the churches of Mumu were vacated in the above year on account of scarcity and dissension.

AI1016
     AI1016.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1016.2

    Repose of Cormac son of Dúnlang, coarb of Barre.

     AI1016.3

    A great hosting by Brian's son to Loch Rí, and he plundered Inis Clothrann and Inis Bó Finne, brought away the boats of Mael Sechnaill and Leth Cuinn, and took the hostages of Mumu from Cnámhchaill westwards.

     AI1016.4

    Death of Mac Raith son of Muiredach, king of Ciarraige Luachra.

     AI1016.5

    Baethán, son of Dúnlaing, was killed by the king of Osraige in Lethglenn.

     AI1016.6

    The slaughter of Ára, in which Ua Lochlainn, royal heir of Corcu Modruad, was killed in Port Ciaráin in Ára. It was the Conmaicne who slew him.

     AI1016.7

    A great soughing wind in the autumn of the above year, and it broke down woods and houses, and people well-nigh died of terror.

     AI1016.8

    Death of Muiredach son of Cadla, king of Conmaicne Mara.

     AI1016.9

    A great battle between the son of Eochaid and the son of Dub Tuinne, and the son of Dub Tuinne and Dornnall Ua Loingsig and many others were slain.

AI1017
     AI1017.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1017.2

    Inis Gaill Duib was burned, and Anmchad son of Murchad, chief ollav of Leth Moga Nuadat, was drowned in the lake.

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     AI1017.3

    Death of Aengus, son of Carrach.

     AI1017.4

    Death of Donnchadh, son of Dub dá Bairenn. He was slain by Mael Muad.

     AI1017.5

    Death of CúChrechmael Ua Nechtain.

AI1018
     AI1018.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1018.2

    Ciarmacán Ua Maíl Chaisil, bishop of Tuadmutnu, rested in Christ.

     AI1018.3

    Gormgal of In tArdailén rested.

     AI1018.4

    Braen son of Mael Morda, king of Laigin, was blinded by Amlaíb.

     AI1018.5

    Death of Ragnall son of Ímar, king of Port Láirge.

AI1019
     AI1019.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1019.2

    Domnall son of Mael Sechnaill, ex-layman, martyr, and coarb of Finnián, rested in Christ.

     AI1019.3

    Mathgamain, son of Conaing, rested in Christ.

     AI1019.4

    A great pestilence, i.e. a colic, in Ára in the above year, and many people died there.

     AI1019.5

    Cú Luachra son of Conchobar, king of Ciarraige Luachra, was treacherously killed.

     AI1019.6

    Donnchadh, son of Brian, was struck by Domnall, son of Cathrannach, of Uí Chaisíne, and he [Domnall] was killed immediately in that spot. Brian's son was struck on the head by a blow of a sword, and the same blow chanced on his right hand, straightway cutting it off at the base of the thumb in that place. {The mutilation of Donnchadh, son of Brian).

AI1020
     AI1020.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1020.2

    Muiredach Ua hAililléin, lector of Tuaim Gréine, rested in Christ.

     AI1020.3

    Mael Muire son of Eochaid, coarb of Patrick, rested in Christ.

     AI1020.4

    Ard Macha was burned, both stone-church and bellhouse, and all the buildings.

     AI1020.5

    Cormac Ua Finn, the learned bishop, rested.

     AI1020.6

    Maelgorm Ruad, the learned man from Eóganacht, rested.

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AI1021
     AI1021.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1021.2

    Mael Muire Ua Gébennaig, eminent priest of Dál Cais, rested.

     AI1021.3

    Death of Branacán, royal official of Mide.

     AI1021.4

    Death of Comaltán grandson of Comaltán, royal heir of Uí Fhiachrach.

     AI1021.5

    Death of Cennétig Ua Mathgamna.

AI1022
     AI1022.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1022.2

    Death of Gilla Pátraic son of Cerball, king of Éile.

     AI1022.3

    Repose of Flann Ua Tacáin, erenagh of Durmag.

     AI1022.4

    Death of Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall, king of Temuir.

     AI1022.5

    Cathasach, lector of Cluain Moccu Nóis, rested.

AI1023
     AI1023.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1023.2

    Great drought from the Epiphany until May.

     AI1023.3

    Tadc son of Brian, royal heir of Ireland, was treacherously slain.

     AI1023.4

    Death of Lochlainn, king of Inis Eógain.

     AI1023.5

    Ua Duib dá Bairenn was blinded.

     AI1023.6

    A solar eclipse this year, i.e. the spring of the black cloud.

AI1024
     AI1024.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, a leap year, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1024.2

    Úgaire, son of Dúnlaing, was killed together with his princes by Donn Sléibe, son of Mael Mórda, in the one house, and he himself [Donn Sléibe] was killed by the Laigin in the same year.

     AI1024.3

    Repose of Ua Maíl Shluaig, coarb of Mo-Chutu.

     AI1024.4

    Mael Mórda Ua hArrochtáin, lector of Imlech Ibuir, and the most notable in Mumu for almsgiving and largesse, rested in Christ.

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     AI1024.5

    Dúngal Ua Donnchada on his pilgrimage.

     AI1024.6

    Cúán. Ua Lothcháin, chief poet of Ireland and a historian, was slain by the men of Tethba; and the man who slew him, i.e. the son of Gilla Ultáin, son of Roduib, was killed forthwith.

     AI1024.7

    Senchán, son of Flaithbertach, on his pilgrimage to Inis Cathaig.

     AI1024.8

    Niall Ua Cellaig, lector of Tuaim Gréine, rested in Christ.

AI1025
     AI1025.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1025.2

    Dúngal Ua Donnchada died on his pirgrimage.

     AI1025.3

    Death of Mael Sechnaill Got, royal heir of Temuir.

     AI1025.4

    Repose of Muiredach son of Mugrón, coarb of Ciaran.

     AI1025.5

    Death of Brian Ua Dubta.

     AI1025.6

    Death of Rónán son of Corc, king of Múscraige Mitaine.

     AI1025.7

    Saerbrethach, coarb of Ailbe, rested in Christ.

     AI1025.8

    Cellach Ua Selbaig, coarb of Barre, on his pilgrimage.

AI1026
     AI1026.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon; and the second year after the bissextile.

     AI1026.2

    A great hosting by Donnchadh, son of Brian, and he took the hostages of the men of Mide and of Brega; and he himself spent three days in Áth Cliath without opposition, with his camp nearby the fort; and he took the hostages of Laigin and Osraige.

     AI1026.3

    The coarb of Patrick, accompanied by his venerable clerics, and Donnchadh son of Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige, [were] in the house of Donnchad, son of Brian, at Cenn Corad at Eastertide.

     AI1026.4

    Mael Ruanaid Ua Maíl Doraid, king of the North, [went] on his pilgrimage to Cluain Ferta Brénainn, and proceeded from there to Í Coluim Chille, and thence to Rome.

     AI1026.5

    Mael Petair Ua hAilecáin, lector of Dún dá Lethglas, rested in Christ.

     AI1026.6

    Repose of Niall Ua Meicc Duib, coarb of Barre.

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     AI1026.7

    Conall Ua Cillíne, coarb of Crónán of Tuaim Gréine, fell asleep.

     AI1026.8

    Ferga, king of Fir Chell, on his pilgrimage.

AI1027
     AI1027.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1027.2

    Death of Crínán son of Fáilbe, king of Corcu Duibne.

     AI1027.3

    Repose of Art Ua hAirt, coarb of Barre.

     AI1027.4

    A hosting by Donnchadh, son of Brian, into Osraige, and he took great captures and much booty therefrom; and a group of his people was overtaken and suffered loss at the hands of Mac Raith Ua Donnchada who was warring in Osraige, and of Ua Gilla Pátraic, and there were slain there Gadra son of Dúnadach, king of Uí Maine, Domnall, son of Senchán, royal heir of Mumu, Ócán grandson of Core, the two sons of Cuilén son of Conchobar, and Conall son of Écertach, royal heir of Caisel.

     AI1027.5

    Death of Conchobar son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Corcu Modruad.

     AI1027.6

    Raen was slain by the foreigners of Áth Cliath; and Dúnchad son of Donn, king of the men of Breg, and many others were [also] slain.

     AI1027.7

    Tadc son of Eochu, abbots of Cell Dá Lua, rested.

     AI1027.8

    Flaithnia Ua Tigernáin, lector of Cell Mo-Chellóc, rested.

     AI1027.9

    Muiredach Ua Flaithbertaig besieged Cathal, son of Ruaidrí, on Inis Crema in Loch Oirbsen, and divided his land despite him.

     AI1027.10

    Bec, king of Tethba, dies.

AI1028
     AI1028.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Monday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1028.2

    Lathir, daughter of Donnchadh, died on her pilgrimage in Corcach.

     AI1028.3

    Great snow in the Lent of the above year for three days and three nights so that neither people nor cattle left their houses.

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     AI1028.4

    Saerbrethach Ua Suairlig died.

     AI1028.5

    The son of Amlaib on his pilgrimage to Rome.

     AI1028.6

    Brian Ua Conchobuir, royal heir of Connachta, dies.

     AI1028.7

    Death of Ua Dubchróin, king of Éile.

     AI1028.8

    Repose of Art Ua Dúnchada, abbot of Mungarit.

AI1029
     AI1029.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1029.2

    A house was captured from Aed Ua Ruairc, and eighty (people) and seven erenaghs of churches with their relics were turned in that same house.

     AI1029.3

    Muirchertach Ua hAeda, king of Múscraige, dies.

     AI1029.4

    Death of Conehobar, royal heir of Uí Chonaill.

     AI1029.5

    Death of Cennétig son of Cenn Faelad, royal heir of Uí Chonaill Gabra.

     AI1029.6

    Donnchadh, son of Muirchertach Ua hAeda, acted treacherously towards the two sons of Cenn Faelad, son of Muirchertach Ua hAeda.

     AI1029.7

    Death of the son of Cathgus, king of Corcu Bascinn.

     AI1029.8

    Flaithbertach Ua Néill, on his pilgrimage to Ard Macha.

     AI1029.9

    Cathal, son of Ruaidrí, was banished from his territory to Mumu.

AI1030
     AI1030.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1030.2

    Bresal, coarb of Ciarán, rested.

     AI1030.3

    The son of Énna, coarb of Flannán, rested in Christ.

     AI1030.4

    The daughter of Murchad son of Finn, queen of Mumu, dies.

     AI1030.5

    Tadc Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta, was slain by the Connachta.

     AI1030.6

    Domnall Got, king of Mide, was killed.

     AI1030.7

    Conchobar, son of Tadc Ua Cellaig, was slain in Mide.

     AI1030.8

    Lorcán Ua Briain's ship was sunk, and three royal heirs of Corcu Bascinn (drowned)

AI1031
     AI1031.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1031.2

    Ua Taidc, coarb of Flann, son of Fairchellach, was killed.

     p.199
     AI1031.3

    The son of Mathgamain son of Mael Ruanaid, royal heir of Uí Echach, died.

     AI1031.4

    Mael Suthain, venerable senior of Ireland, rested in Christ, and Mac Uige the anchorite, rested this year.

     AI1031.5

    A battle between the Déisi, and great slaughter was inflicted on both sides.

     AI1031.6

    Gilla Pátraic's son [went] into Mumu, plundered Dún na Sciath, and killed its steward.

     AI1031.7

    {Donnchadh,} son of Brian, [went] to Osraige to avenge him [the steward], and brought great booty and cattle therefrom; and a slaughter was thrice inflicted on the Mumu there, and Mael Coluim, king of Caenraige, two royal heirs of Uí Chonaill Gabra, and many others were slain.

     AI1031.8

    Eochu son of Scolaige, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, rested; and Mac Mara got the gift of poetry(?) after he had fasted 'against' Brénainn at Ard Ferta.

     AI1031.9

    Cell Dara and Port Láirge were burned.

     AI1031.10

    Ua Donnocáin, king of Ara, was slain by the son of Domnall, son of Brian.

     AI1031.11

    Two sons of Dub Daire son of Cinaed, i.e. two royal heirs of Uí Maine, were slain by the son of Cú Chonnacht.

AI1032
     AI1032.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon. The one thousand and thirty-second year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1032.2

    Mac Delbaíth, coarb of Crónán, rested.

     AI1032.3

    Flann son of Mathgamain, king of Ciarraige Luachra, was slain.

     AI1032.4

    Diarmait son of Eochu, royal official of Mumu, dies.

     AI1032.5

    Ailill Ua Flaithim, erenagh of Ard Ferta Brénainn, rested. He was the leading jurist of Mumu.

     AI1032.6

    {Donnchadh, son of Brian, married the daughter of Ragnall. Hence the saying: 'the spring of Ragnall's daughter'}.

     AI1032.7

    Murchad Ua Níoc, coarb of Iarlaithe and a learned bishop, rested.

     AI1032.8

    Ua Fogartaig, king of the men of Cera, died.

     AI1032.9

    ÉtrúUa Conaing, royal heir of Mumu, was killed while violating [the church of] Ailbe.

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AI1033
     AI1033.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1033.2

    Conn Ua Sinnaig, anchorite of Ireland, rested in Inis Celtra.

     AI1033.3

    Muireadach Ua Maenacháin, venerable senior of the Gaedil, rested in Christ.

     AI1033.4

    Conn son of Mael Pátraic, coarb of the deacon Nessán, rested.

     AI1033.5

    Conchobar Ua Muiredaig, king of Ciarraige Luachra, was treacherously slain by his own kinsmen.

     AI1033.6

    Aed, son of Ruaidrí, was slain by Ua Nechtain.

     AI1033.7

    Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill was killed in Inis Locha Samtide.

     AI1033.8

    A great murrain of cattle ... Brian's son, {i.e. Donnchadh}.

     AI1033.9

    Ua Léce, coarb of Sénan, rested.

     AI1033.10

    Aengus Ua Cathail, king of Eógan acht Locha Léin, was killed.

     AI1033.11

    Cathal the Linguist, coarb of Fínán Cam, rested.

     AI1033.12

    Cormac son of Faelán, coarb of Mac Í, rested.

     AI1033.13

    Braen Ua Cléirig, king of Éile, was killed.

     AI1033.14

    Ua Dúnlaing, king of Múscraige Tíre, [died].

     AI1033.15

    Domnall Ua Maíl Doraid, king of Cenél Eógain and Cenél Conaill, was killed.

AI1034
     AI1034.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1034.2

    Dub Daingen was slain by the Uí Maine.

     AI1034.3

    Diarmait Ua Nechtain on his pilgrimage.

     AI1034.4

    The son of Gilla Críst Ua Nechtain was slain.

     AI1034.5

    Muiredach Ua Flaithbertaig was slain by the Connachta.

     AI1034.6

    Aengus son of Flann, lector of Cluain, rested.

     AI1034.7

    Cathal the martyr, coarb of Barre, rested. Aengus, son of Cathán, succeeded him in the abbacy.

     AI1034.8

    Flaithbertach Ua Nélll took Ailech again, and the north of Ireland submitted to him on account of seniority.

     AI1034.9

    Mael Coluim son of Cinaed, king of Alba, dies.

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AI1035.1
     AI1035.2

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1035.3

    Cluain Ferta Brénainn was plundered by the men of Bréifne. Donnchadh, son of Brian, with the crew of one ship, came upon them fourteen galleys strong, and defeated them, inflicting a slaughter upon them round the Soc and the Sinann.

AI1036
     AI1036.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1036.2

    Flaithbertach Ua Néill died.

     AI1036.3

    Mael Sechnaill son of Cormac, royal heir of Uí Briúin, was slain.

     AI1036.4

    Murchad, son of Muiredach Ua Flaithbertaig, dies.

     AI1036.5

    Aengus Ua Flainn, coarb of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, rested.

     AI1036.6

    Aengus son of Cathán, the bishop and the celibate, rested in Christ.

     AI1036.7

    Cellach Ua Selbaig, coarb of Barre, one who had made a pilgrimage to Rome, and chief anchorite of Ireland, rested in Christ.

AI1037
     AI1037.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1037.2

    Port Lairge was burned by the foreigners, or by the Laigin, and destroyed.

     AI1037.3

    Cú Chaille son of Cennétig, king of Múscraige, with his son, was slain in front of the stone church of Lothra after he had been forcibly taken from the altar; and Mathgamain Ua Cathail was slain on that same night.

     AI1037.4

    The bishop Ua Bruic, coarb of Senán, on his pilgrimage. Muirchertach succeeded him in the abbacy.

     AI1037.5

    Death of Dúnlang's son king of Laigin, by the Osraige.

     AI1037.6

    Comaltán Ua Lochlainn was treacherously slain.

     AI1037.7

    Cernachán Got was slain by the Uí Maine.

     AI1037.8

    Ua Con Cenainn, royal heir of Connachta, was killed after taking a prey from Brénainn.

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AI1038.
     AI1038.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1038.2

    Loingsech's son, lector of Cluain Moccu Nóis, rested in Christ.

     AI1038.3

    Cuinnedén Ultach rested.

     AI1038.4

    Ua Cathail, king of Eóganacht Locha Lein, [died].

AI1039
     AI1039.1

    The KaIends of January on Monday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1039.2

    Mael Finniae, bishop of Imlech Ibuir, rested in Christ.

     AI1039.3

    Death of Ua Néill, king of Ailech.

     AI1039.4

    Death of Domnall son of Donnchadh, royal heir of Laigin.

     AI1039.5

    An eclipse of the sun this year.

     AI1039.6

    Death of Cú Duilig Ua Donnchada, royal heir of Caisel.

     AI1039.7

    Death of Donnchadh son of Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige.

AI1040
     AI1040.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1040.2

    Coscrach son of Aingid, a bishop, and coarb of Brénainn and Flannán, rested in the Lord.

     AI1040.3

    Death of Gilla Meic Oíbleáin Ua Congaile, king of Corcu Duibne.

     AI1040.4

    Corcrán Clérech, head of the piety of Ireland, rested in Christ in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

     AI1040.5

    Ua Maíl Ruanaid was treacherously slain by Ua Conchobuir.

     AI1040.6

    A law and ordinance, such as was not enacted in Ireland from Patrick's time, was made by Brian's son, to the effect that none should dare to steal, or do feats of arms on Sunday, or go out on Sunday carrying any load; and furthermore, that none should dare to fetch cattle within doors.

     AI1040.7

    Mac Raith Ua Donnchada was imprisoned in the above year.

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AI1041
     AI1041.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1041.2

    Repose of Muiredach Ua Rebacháin, coarb of Mo-Chutu.

     AI1041.3

    Death of Donnchadh son of Muirchertach, king of Múscraige.

     AI1041.4

    A battle between the Laigin, in which the son of Mael na mBó fell.

     AI1041.5

    A battle between the Múscraige, in which Muiredach, son of Donnchadh Ua hAeda, and the son of Cu Duilig and many others fell.

     AI1041.6

    Ua In Chánaige, lector of Ard Macha, rested.

     AI1041.7

    Repose of Ua Taidc, lector of Cell Dara.

     AI1041.8

    Mac Laáin, coarb of Senán, [rested].

     AI1041.9

    Ua Ségda, king of Corcu Duibne was slain.

AI1042
     AI1042.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1042.2

    Amlaib's son, king of Áth Cliath, died.

     AI1042.3

    Ua hAnmchada, royal heir of Uí Liatháin, was slain.

     AI1042.4

    Mathgamain Ua Fáilbi, royal heir of Corcu Duibnewas slain.

     AI1042.5

    The grandson of Domnall, son of Dub dá Bairenn, on his pilgrimage to Rome.

     AI1042.6

    Loingsech Ua Flaithéin, coarb of Ciarán and Crónán, rested in the Lord.

     AI1042.7

    Aed Ua Cathail, king of Eógan acht Locha Léin, was slain.

     AI1042.8

    A battle between the Laigin and the 0sraige, and a large number of the Osraige fell therein, as also Murchad son of Dúnlang, king of Laigin, and many other kings.

     AI1042.9

    Ailill, head of monks, rested in the Lord in Cologne.

AI1043
     AI1043.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1043.2

    Cathal, son of Ruaidrí, died in Ard Machaon his pilgrimage.

     AI1043.3

    Cluain Ferta Brénainn was plundered by the Callraige.

     AI1043.4

    Echthigern Ua Donnocáin, king of Ara, was slain.

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AI1044
     AI1044.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Sunday, the first feria, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1044.2

    Mac Raith Ua Muiredaig, king of Ciarraige Luachra died.

     AI1044.3

    Crínóc, daughter of Muiredach, died.

     AI1044.4

    Aed, the anchorite, rested in Enach Dúin.

     AI1044.5

    Célechair, the anchorite, rested in Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

     AI1044.6

    Repose of Maenach Muccruma in Achad Deó.

     AI1044.7

    Aed Sceilic, the noble priest, the celibate, and the chief of the Gaedil in piety, rested in Christ.

AI1045
     AI1045.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1045.2

    {The rout of Casán(?) this year.}

     AI1045.3

    {Muirchertach Ua Néill, was slain}.

     AI1045.4

    Congalach Ua Lochlainn, king of Corcu Modruad, dies.

     AI1045.5

    Ragnall Ua hEochada, royal heir of Ulaid, was slain by the foreigners of Áth Cliath in Rechru, together with three hundred nobles around him.

     AI1045.6

    Flaithbertach Ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill. dies.

     AI1045.7

    The stone church of Cluain Ferta Brénainn was burned by the Uí Maine, and the son of Gadra, son of Dúnadach, was taken out of it by them and slain on the church lawn.

     AI1045.8

    Carthach,king of Eógan acht Caisil, was burned along with many others.

     AI1045.9

    Domnall Ua Cétfada died.

     AI1045.10

    Ua Cinn Fhaelad was slain by the Araid.

     AI1045.11

    Donnocán's son, king of Múscraige, was killed.

     AI1045.12

    Universal retribution in Ireland in the above year, and the crops were destroyed.

     AI1045.13

    Canu, priest of Achad Bó, fell asleep.

     AI1045.14

    Muirchertach Ua Néill, king of Cenél Eógain, dies.

     AI1045.15

    Amalgaid son of Flann, king of Callraige, was killed by Ciarán and by Brénainn.

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AI1046
     AI1046.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, [and] the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1046.2

    Ua Flainn of Cua, coarb of Ailbe, on his pilgrimage.

     AI1046.3

    The grandson of Cairpre son of Flann, king of Eógan acht Locha Léin, was slain.

     AI1046.4

    Ua Cerbaill, nobleman of Mumu, was slain.

     AI1046.5

    The stone church of Ard Ferta was wrecked by lightning.

     AI1046.6

    Art Ua Ruairc, king of Connachta, was slain.

     AI1046.7

    Ua Bileóice, lector of Ard Macha, rested in Christ.

AI1047
     AI1047.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1047.2

    Great snow in the above year from the Feast of Brigit [February 1] until the Feast of Patrick [March 17], and the like of it was never heard of before or after.

     AI1047.3

    Niall Ua Ruairc, king of Bréifne, was slain.

     AI1047.4

    The coarb of Brigit fell asleep.

AI1048
     AI1048.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1048.2

    The son of Cú Mara was treacherously slain.

     AI1048.3

    Clothna Muimnech, coarb of Ailbe, rested in Christ.

     AI1048.4

    Inis Locha Cime was sacked and razed by Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta.

     AI1048.5

    Ua Cuill, chief poet of Ireland, died, fortified by Communion and [the] Sacrifice [of the Mass].

     AI1048.6

    Anéslis, son of Domnall, was slain.

     AI1048.7

    Sadb, daughter of Brian, died.

AI1049
     AI1049.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1049.2

    Amalgaid, coarb of Patrick, died.

     AI1049.3

    Assid son of Domnall, king of Corcu Bascinn, was slain.

     AI1049.4

    Conchobar Ua Cinn Fhaelad, i.e. king of Uí Chonaill Gabra, was slain.

     AI1049.5

    A hosting by Brian's son, and he took the hostages of Laigin and Osraige.

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AI1050
     AI1050.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1050.2

    A great law enacted by Brian's son.

     AI1050.3

    The son of Cathal, son of Ruaidrí, was imprisoned by Aed Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta.

     AI1050.4

    Cell Dara was burned, both stone church and oratory. Imlech Ibuir was burned at the same time.

     AI1050.5

    Cluain Moccu Nóis was thrice plundered by the Sinnaig.

     AI1050.6

    Maílín, lector of Cenannas, rested.

     AI1050.7

    Conall, lector of Cell Mo-Chellóc, rested.

     AI1050.8

    Cenn Faelad's son, king of Uí Chonaill Gabra, dies.

AI1051
     AI1051.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1051.2

    Brec's son, king of the Déisi, was slain.

     AI1051.3

    Cathal's son was blinded by Aed Ua Conchobuir.

     AI1051.4

    The Tree of Mag Adar was felled by Aed Ua Conchobuir.

     AI1051.5

    Diarmait Ua Briain was slain by Murchad Ua Briain.

     AI1051.6

    Ua Bric, royal heir of the Déisi, was slain in the stone church of Les Mór by his kinsman's son, who afterwards surrendered himself to Mo-Chutu in retribution for it.

     AI1051.7

    Brian's son made a hosting against Ua Conchobuir to Loch Cime, and he brought back neither hostages nor sureties.

AI1052
     AI1052.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1052.2

    Domnall Bán Ua Briain was slain.

     AI1052.3

    Mac Raith Ua Donnchada, king of Caisel, died.

     AI1052.4

    A violent wind arose on the Feast of Thomas [December 21], and it broke down houses and woods.

     AI1052.5

    Carthach's son took the abbacy of Imlech Ibuir by force and expelled Ua Lígdai, the lector, from the abbot's seat.

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AI1053
     AI1053.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1053.2

    Great warfare between the men of Mumu and the Connachta, and Tairdelbach Ua Briain beleaguered upper Dál Cais.

     AI1053.3

    Aed Ua Cuiléin was treacherously slain by Domnall Ruad {Ua Briain}.

AI1054
     AI1054.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and fifty-fourth year from the Incarnation of Christ. The second year after the bissextile.

     AI1054.2

    A year of much warfare, in which the Laigin burned eastern Cliú.

     AI1054.3

    Three sons of Donnchadh, son of Brian, took a great prey in Corcu Modruad, both cows and booty.

     AI1054.4

    Tratraige was raided by Aed Ua Conchobuir and Aed, son of Cennétig, was slain.

     AI1054.5

    Muirchertach Ua Sculu, coarb of Senán, rested.

     AI1054.6

    Guaire Ua Lachtnáin, lector of Cluain Moccu Nóis, rested.

     AI1054.7

    Two sons of Carthach were slain.

AI1055
     AI1055.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty--ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1055.2

    Domnall Ruad Ua Briain was treacherously slain by the Uí Eidin.

     AI1055.3

    Murchad Ua Briain was attacked in Corcu Modruad, and Tairdelbach inflicted a great slaughter upon him. Two kings of Corcu Baiscinn, namely, the grandson of Bascenn and the son of Assíd son of Domnall, with other nobles, were slain therein.

     AI1055.4

    Cenn Faelad Ua Muiredaig was slain in battle.

     AI1055.5

    The stone church of Cell Fhinnabrach was completely burned.

     AI1055.6

    Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige, died.

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AI1056
     AI1056.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of,January on Monday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1056.2

    Cétfaid, anchorite of Les Mór, rested in the Lord.

AI1057
     AI1057.1

    The Kalends of,January on Wednesday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1057.2

    Ua Donnchada, king of Caisel, was slain.

     AI1057.3

    Flaithbertach Ua hEidin's son, king of Uí Fhiachrach, was slain.

     AI1057.4

    Ua Mútáin, erenagh of Corcach and lector, was slain in Ros Ailithir by Ua Flainn Arda.

     AI1057.5

    Inis Cathaig was plundered by the foreigners of the son of Mael na mBó, and a great slaughter [was inflicted] on them.

     AI1057.6

    Abundance of mast in the above year, and a murrain of cattle, pigs, etc.

AI1058
     AI1058.1

    The Kalends of,January on Thursday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1058.2

    Ben Mulnan, daughter of Congal's son [and] queen of the west of Ireland, fell asleep in Ard Ferta Brénainn.

     AI1058.3

    The stone church of Imlech Ibuir and the southern part of the monastery were burned.

     AI1058.4

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain brought the son of Mael na mBó, and the Laigin, Osraige, and foreigners with him to attack Brian's son, and they burned the greater part of In Machaire as far as Luimnech. And the Munstermen themselves burned Luunnech lest the other party should burn it, and they were engaged as they were turning out of it, and a few of the others and a good many of the Munstermen were slain, including Ua Lígda, erenagh of Imlech Ibuir, the son of Cú Choirne, king of Éile, and Ua Gébennaig, king of In Déis Bec.

     AI1058.5

    Donnchadh, grandson of Eochu, was slain by Donnubán.

     AI1058.6

    Mael Ísu Ua Flainn Chua rested in Christ.

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     AI1058.7

    Anmchad Ua Dúnchada, anchorite of God, rested in Inis Ausail.

     AI1058.8

    Flaithem son of Mael Gaimrid, chief poet of Ireland, rested in Christ in Ard Ferta Brénainn.

AI1059
     AI1059.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1059.2

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Bric, king of the Déisi, was killed by Mo-Chutu.

     AI1059.3

    Tigernan Ua Ruairc's son was slain.

     AI1059.4

    Niall Ua Maíl Doraid, king of Cenél Conaill, died.

     AI1059.5

    Duarcán Ua hEgra was slain.

     AI1059.6

    Dúnadach Ua hInmainéin, erenagh of Tulach Léis, rested.

     AI1059.7

    Brian's son submitted to Ua Conchobuir Chonnacht and he [Donnchadh] obtained his demand from him, including valuables, treasures, and recognition, and was detained there from Shrovetide till Easter.

AI1060
     AI1060.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1060.2

    Anad Ua Lochlainn, king of Corcu Modruad, was slain.

     AI1060.3

    Anad Ua Flainn, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, was slain.

     AI1060.4

    Mac Geláin, erenagh of Cluana Uama, rested.

     AI1060.5

    Domnall Déisech, chief of the Gaedil in piety and charity—and it is he who travelled all [the journeys] which Christ travelled on earth—rested in the Lord in Tech Munnu.

     AI1060.6

    Dub dá Leithe, coarb of Patrick, was expelled, and Ua hErudain succeeded him in the abbacy.

AI1061
     AI1061.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1061.2

    Ua Cathail, royal heir of Eógan acht Locha Léin, was taken out of the stone church of Achad Deó and afterwards slain.

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     AI1061.3

    Flaithbertach Ua Briain was slain by Muiredach Ua Muiredaig.

     AI1061.4

    Tadc Ua Briain was slain by Conchobar Ua Briain.

     AI1061.5

    Muiredach Ua Muiredaig was treacherously slain.

     AI1061.6

    Ua Cerbaill, royal heir of the Eógan achta, was slain.

     AI1061.7

    Cell Da Lua was burned by Aed Ua Conchobuir, and God and Flannán laid hold of him.

     AI1061.8

    Ruaidrí Ua Flaithbertaig banished Aed Ua Conchobuir from the West of Connachta, and afterwards took himself the kingship thereof, and that same Ruaidrí was slain, moreover, by Ua Conchobuir.

     AI1061.8

    Glenn dá Locha was burned, both churches and houses.

AI1062
     AI1062.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1062.2

    Niall son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eógain, died fortified by communion and penance.

     AI1062.3

    In Corrdam Ua Nechtain was slain by Murchad Ua Briain.

     AI1062.4

    Two of the Uí Fháilbi, royal heirs of Corcu Duibne, were slain by the Uí Echach in Baí Bérre.

     AI1062.5

    Dúnlang Ua Chinn Fhaelad was slain.

     AI1062.6

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain and the son of Mael na mBó burned In Machaire, and a party of the followers of Brian's son was slain by them in In Chnámchaill.

AI1063
     AI1063.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1063.2

    Cathal son of Donnchadh king of Raithlenn, was slain.

     AI1063.3

    Niall son of Eochaid, king of Ulaid, dies this year.

     AI1063.4

    Cú Dub Ua Fáilbe, king of Corcu Duibne dies.

     AI1063.5

    The son of Aicher, coarb of Mo-Chutu, rested in Christ.

     AI1063.6

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain took the kingship of Mumu.

AI1064
     AI1064.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1064.2

    Cairpre's grandson, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, was slain.

     AI1064.3

    Dub dá Leithe, coarb of Patrick, rested this year.

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     AI1064.4

    Death of Ardgar son of Lochlainn, king of Ailech.

     AI1064.5

    Donnchadh, son of Brian, went to Rome.

     AI1064.6

    A great foray by Tairdelbach into Corcu Duibne and Eógan acht, and it is impossible to enumerate all the cows and other cattle taken on that raid.

     AI1064.7

    Ragnall's son, king of the foreigners, rested in the Lord.

     AI1064.8

    Ua Cerbaill, king of Eógan acht, was slain.

AI1065
     AI1065.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1065.2

    Muiredach Ua hAnmchada, king of Uí Liatháin, dies.

     AI1065.3

    Ua Mathgamna, king of Ulaid, was slain.

     AI1065.4

    Cluain Moccu Nóis and Cluain Ferta were plundered by Ua Ruairc with the men of Bréifne, and Aed Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta, inflicted a slaughter upon them on the Sinann and on land.

AI1066
     AI1066.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1066.2

    In Finnshúilech, king of Uí Echach, was slain.

     AI1066.3

    Loingsech Ua Domnaill, another king of Uí Echach, was slain by the Corcu Duibne.

AI1067
     AI1067.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1067.2

    Diarmait, son of Mael na mBó, with the Laigin and the foreigners, and Tairdelbach Ua Briain with the men of Mumu, went on a hosting in Connachta. Conchobar Ua Conchobuir, king of Ciarraige Luachra, was slain by the Connachta in Turloch Sampaite; and Aed Ua Conchobuir of Connachta was also slain just a week after that by the men of Breifne, and there was a great slaughter of the Connachta. Tairdelbach Ua Briain with the Munstermen, and Diarmait with the Laigin, attacked Connachta from the west, and the men of Bréifne [attacked] from the east, so that the total destruction of the whole province resulted therefrom.

     AI1067.3

    Mac Raith son of Cú Dub, eminent chief of Clann Scandláin of Dál Cais, [and] the best 'ex-layman' since  p.225 Nár, son of Guaire, for piety and bestowing of food to poor people, rested in Christ in Mungarit.

AI1068
     AI1068.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and sixty-eighth year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1068.2

    Murchad Ua Briain, royal heir of Ireland and the king of Ireland's son, was slain by the men of Tethba, his camp having been exposed to attack after his followers had departed with the spoils, and a superior force of men thrown against him. Along with him fell the son of Cú Caille son of Cennétig, king of Múscraige Tíre, and many others.

     AI1068.3

    Cluain Ferta Brénainn was vacated and its seniors came into Iarmumu.

     AI1068.4

    A law and ordinance was made by Tairdelbach Ua Briain-and no better law was enacted in Mumu for a,long time-with the result that neither cow nor horse was housed [at night] but allowed to wander at will.

     AI1068.5

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain went to Laigin and brought away many valuables, viz. Brian's sword, the standard of the king of the Saxon, and many other treasures from Diarmait, king of Laigin.

AI1069
     AI1069.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and sixty-ninth year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1069.2

    Cobthach, priest of Cell Dara, rested in the Lord.

AI1070
     AI1070.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon. The {one thousandth and} seventieth year from the Incarnation of he Lord.

     AI1070.2

    Murchad son of Diarmait son of Mael na mBó, king of foreigners and Gaedil, died in Áth Cliath.

     AI1070.3

    Glún Iairn, son of Diarmait son of Mael na mBó, was slain by Carthach's son and the Gailenga, and by the north of Ireland, and many also fell there.

     AI1070.4

    The bishop Ua Bruic, coarb of Senán, rested.

     AI1070.5

    Ua Léce died, having renounced the world in the same week.

     AI1070.6

    Cathasach son of Cairpre, coarb of the Deacon Nessán, rested in Christ.

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     AI1070.7

    Gormán's son, lector of Cluain Moccu Nóis and Cenannas, rested in the Lord.

     AI1070.8

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain went to Laigin again and brought away many valuables, also the hostages of Laigin and eastern Ireland, including the son of Domnall Remar, son of Mael na mBó.

     AI1070.9

    Domnall Ua Gilla Pátraic submitted to Tairdelbach Ua Briain and received a very large stipend of valuables and riches from the king of Mumu.

     AI1070.10

    Donnchadh son of Aicher, king of Uí Chormaic and Uí Chonaill, rested in Inis Cathaig.

AI1071
     AI1071.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy first year from the Incarnation of the Lord.

     AI1071.2

    A battle between the Laigin, viz. between the son of Murchad, grandson of Mael na mBó, and the son of Domnall Remar, and therein fell Tadc Ua Riain, king of Uí Dróna, and many others.

     AI1071.3

    A hosting by Tairdelbach Ua Briain into Laigin and Mide, and he took the hostages thereof and handed them over to Diarmait, son of Mael na mBó.

     AI1071.4

    Rígbardán's son, king of Éile, was slain.

     AI1071.5

    A great raid by Ua Briain, in which the king of Fir Chell, i.e. the son of Gilla Brigte, was slain.

     AI1071.6

    Diarmait son of Mael na mBó, king ofLaigin, came with Tairdelbach Ua Briain into Mumu, and left a blessing with the Munstermen.

     AI1071.7

    A muster of the Munstermen by Tairdelbach Ua Briain, king of Mumu, and in a fortnight they built the bridge of Áth Caille and the bridge of Cell Da Lua.

     AI1071.8

    {Ruaidrí Ua Canannáin, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain this year}.

AI1072
     AI1072.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     p.229
     AI1072.2

    Diarmait son of Mael na mBó, king of Laigin and Osraige, was slain in a battle in Mide, viz. by Ua Maíl Shechnaill and Ua Briain, and a large number of the Laigin and foreigners fell together with him, as also Gilla Pátraic Ua Fergail, king of the Fortuatha Laigen. One thousand and seventy-two years from the birth of Christ to the death of Diarmait, son of Mael na mBó. {Hence a learned man said}:

    1. Three score [and] twelve years—
      A difficult enumeration—with ten hundred
      From the birth of Christ, though it be a long trail,
      Till the sudden departure of Diarmait.
    2. From the death of Brian—'tis no false word—
      Until the slaying of the son of Mael na mBó,
      If the coming year is added,
      Though 'tis asseverated, they [the years] are three score.

    3. Three score [and] twelve years.

     AI1072.3

    The abbess of Cell Dara rested in Christ.

     AI1072.4

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain went to Osraige and Laigin, burned Uí Cheinnselaig and brought away much booty and cows, and took hostages from it as well as from Laigin. And the foreigners gave him the kingship of Áth Cliath, and he made prisoner the sons of Domnall, son of Mael na mBó, in Áth Cliath, and brought back the hostages of Osraige on that occasion.

     AI1072.5

    Conaing Ua Briain was blinded by Tairdelbach.

     AI1072.6

    The son of Conchobor Ua Maíl Sechnaill (king of Temuir), Gofraid grandson of Ragnall, i.e. king of Áth Cliath, and Domnall son of Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige, also submitted to Tairdelbach Ua Briain, king of Mumu, and they gave acknowledgement and high-kingship to him.

AI1073
     AI1073.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fourteenth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-third year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     p.231
     AI1073.2

    Conchobar Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Temuir, was treacherously slain by the son of his kinsman,' i.e. by the son of Flann.Ua Maíl Shechnaill, who had the Staff of Jesus in his hand. He cast the Staff from him, rushed at the king, and slew him.

     AI1073.3

    A hosting by Tairdelbach Ua Briain to Mide and he overcame eastern Mide, Gailenga, and Brega, and a greater spoil of people and cattle [therefrom] never before reached Mumu. The hostages of the men of Mide came to him afterwards to his house.

     AI1073.4

    A hosting by Tairdelbach after that to Connachta, and he took hostages from Ua Conchobuir from the west of Connachta, and the hostages of Ua Ruairc and of the men of Bréifne.

AI1074
     AI1074.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-fourth year from the Incarnation of Christ, and a year in which the moon was twenty-nine days old on the Kalends of January.

     AI1074.2

    Diarmait son of Mael Brénainn, coarb of Brénainn, rested in Christ in Ard Ferta.

     AI1074.3

    Flaithem Ua Cáróc, abbot of Ros Cré, rested.

     AI1074.4

    Mael Mórda, coarb of Imlech Ibuir, rested.

     AI1074.5

    Cormac Ua Maíl Dúin, anchorite of God, rested.

     AI1074.6

    Flann Ua hAingeda rested in Cell Da Lua.

     AI1074.7

    Ard Macha was burned, both houses and churches.

     AI1074.8

    Some houses were burned in Ard Pátraic.

     AI1074.9

    Gilla Brénainn Ua Léimíne, of Leitir Odráin, rested in Christ.

AI1075
     AI1075.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the tenth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-fifth year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1075.2

    Gofraid grandson of Ragnall, king of Áth Cliath, was banished over sea by Tairdelbach Ua Briain, and he died beyond the sea, having assembled a great fleet [to come] to Ireland.

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     AI1075.3

    The son of Murchad, grandson of Mael na Bó, took the kingship of Áth Cliath, and died in the same year.

     AI1075.4

    The kingship of Áth Cliath was taken by Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain.

     AI1075.5

    The bishop of Lothra, i.e. Aicher Ua Domnalláin, died in Inis Faithlinn.

     AI1075.6

    Cellach of Corcrán rested in Les Mór.

     AI1075.7

    A great crop of mast in Ireland in the above year.

AI1076
     AI1076.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-sixth year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1076.2

    Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta, was imprisoned by Tairdelbach and released, and he received from Ua Briain a stipend befitting him.

     AI1076.3

    Flaithbertach son of Lom Laene, lector and anchorite of God, rested in Christ in Les Mór.

     AI1076.4

    Céile son of Donnocán, the most pious man in Ireland, rested in Christ in Glenn dá Locha.

     AI1076.5

    Domnall Conaillech rested in Christ in Leithglenn.

     AI1076.6

    The son of Flann Ua Maíl Shechnaill was treacherously slain by the grandson of Maelán Ua Leocháin in the bellhouse of Cenannas, and the latter was forthwith slain within two months for the honour of Colum Cille.

     AI1076.7

    Gormlaith, daughter of Ua Fócarta, queen of Mumu [and] wife of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, rested in Cell Dá Lua and was buried in Inis Celtra.

AI1077
     AI1077.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the second day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-seventh year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1077.2

    Donnchadh Ua Flainn, king of Eógan acht Locha Léin, was slain by Ua Cerbaill as he was coming from Ua Briain's house at Cenn Corad, and he (Ua Cerbaill) was banished therefor.

     AI1077.3

    Mael Maith Ua Lachtnáin, the anchorite, rested in Cell Da Lua.

     AI1077.4

    Loingsech Ua Conaire, the noble priest, the venerable senior, and the celibate, rested in Christ in Cell Da Lua.

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     AI1077.5

    Cathal son of Donnacán of the Déisi, a noble bishop, rested in Christ in Maethal Brócáin.

     AI1077.6

    In the above year sinech, viz. many lumps, afflicted the cattle vastly, and even human beings used to contract them.

     AI1077.7

    A violent wind in the autumn of the above year, and it greatly damaged the corn-crop.

AI1078
     AI1078.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and seventy-eighth year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1078.2

    Coibdenach Ultach, the venerable senior and the most pious man whom Ireland possessed, rested in Imlech Ibuir.

     AI1078.3

    Conchobar Ua Briain was treacherously slain in Cenél Eógain after taking the kingship there, and the man who slew him was immediately put to death. Cennétig Ua Briain took the kingship after him.

     AI1078.4

    Ua Laidcnéin, king of Airgialla, was slain.

     AI1078.5

    Donn Sléibe Ua hEochada was deposed, and he came to the house of Tairdelbach Ua Briain. In Meránach Ua hEochada took the kingship after him.

     AI1078.6

    Cenn Faelad Ua Dungalaig, king of Múscraige Tíre, died.

AI1079
     AI1079.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1079.2

    The bishop Ua Suairlig rested in Ard Pátraic.

     AI1079.3

    Five Jews came from over sea with gifts to Tairdelbach, and they were sent back again over sea.

     AI1079.4

    A hosting by Tairdelbach Ua Briain, on which Inse Mod were plundered, and many other injuries committed.

     AI1079.5

    Two Ua Flaithbertaigs were slain.

AI1080
     AI1080.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1080.2

    Donn Sléibe Ua hEochada took the kingship of Ulaid

     AI1080.3

    Ua Cinn Fhaelad, king of the Déisi, went to Jerusalem.

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     AI1080.4

    Diarmait Ua Briain brought a fleet to Wales and took great spoil therefrom.

     AI1080.5

    A hosting by Tairdelbach into Laigin and Mide, and he brought Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Mide, to Luimnech.

AI1081
     AI1081.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth and eighty-first year from the Incarnation of Christ.

     AI1081.2

    Flann Cuilléin, lector of Imlech Ibuir, rested.

     AI1081.3

    Gall na Gorta Ua Mathgamna was slain by Donn Sléibe Ua hEochada in Dún dá Lethglas.

     AI1081.4

    Corcach, Cell Dá Lua, Mungarit, and other churches were burned this year.

     AI1081.5

    The king of Ulaid submitted to Tairdelbach Ua Brian, i.e. he received a stipend from him.

     AI1081.6

    Dúnchad Ua Bruic, coarb of Senán and learned sage of Ireland, rested in Christ.

     AI1081.7

    Coinnecán Ua Flainn, coarb of Brénainn, rested in Christ.

     AI1081.8

    {... ended his life in Rome ...}.

AI1082
     AI1082.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1082.2

    Cathal Ua Conchobuir, a royal heir of Connachta, was slain by Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir.

     AI1082.3

    Cenn Faelad Ua hÓcáin of Dál Cais took the coarbship of Brénainn after Ua Flainn.

AI1083
     AI1083.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1083.2

    Tadc Ua Taidc, coarb of Flannán, rested in Christ.

     AI1083.3

    {Aed Ua Maíl Shechnaill ended his life}.

AI1084
     AI1084.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

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     AI1084.2

    A hosting by Tairdelbach Ua Briain to Leth Cuinn against the son of [In] Cailech Ua Ruairc. Conchobar Ua Cétfada died in his bed on that hosting; and the two sons of Tairdelbach, i.e. Tadc and Muirchertach, went and burned the land of [In] Cailech's son. And the people of [In] Cailech's son and of Art Ua Ruairc's son came southwards and burned Cell Dá Lua, Tuaim Gríne, and Mag nEó [In] Cailech's son came with the forces of Leth Cuinn and burned Fine Gall. Muirchertach Ua Briain, son of Tairdelbach, came with the forces of Mumu, Laigin, and the foreigners, and they fought a battle in which Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach, was victor. And the son of [In] Cailech Ua Ruairc was slain therein, and with him there fell five of the Uí Briain including Cennétig Ua Briain, and many others.

AI1085
     AI1085.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1085.2

    Ua Selbaig, coarb of Barre, rested in Christ. Mac Bethad Ua hÁilgenáin of Dál Cais succeeded him.

AI1086
     AI1086.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. The second year after the bissextile.

     AI1086.2

    Mael Ísu Ua Brolcháin of the community of Ard Macha, the venerable senior and eminent sage of Ireland, rested in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

     AI1086.3

    Mac Bethad Ua Conchobuir, king of Ciarraige Luachra, died.

     AI1086.4

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain, king of Ireland, rested in Cenn Corad.

     AI1086.5

    Mumu was divided in three between the three sons of Tairdelbach, namely, Tadc, Muirchertach, and Diarmait.

     AI1086.6

    Two Ua Muirchertaigs, two kings of Eógan acht, and Cathal Ua Conchobuir, king of Ciarraige Luachra, slew one another.

     AI1086.7

    Tadc, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, died in Cenn Corad in his father's bed; and Diarmait Ua Briain was banished from Mumu, and Muirchertach Ua Briain took the kingship thereof.

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AI1087
     AI1087.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1087.2

    Cathal Ua Cétfada was slain in Osraige.

     AI1087.3

    Niall Ua Cétfada died in Luimnech.

     AI1087.4

    A battle between the Connachta, and the son of Art Ua Ruairc fell therein.

     AI1087.5

    A defeat [was inflicted] by Muirchertach on the son of Domnall Remar at Ráith Étair.

AI1088
     AI1088.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1088.2

    Diarmait Ua Briain brought a naval force on a circuit, and they plundered Cluain Uama and bore off the relics of Barre from Cell na Clérech, but they were overtaken and two hundred of them slain.

     AI1088.3

    A hosting by the Laigin and by the son of Domnall Remar to Port Láirge. Énna, son of Diarmait, and the nobles of Desmumu [were] in the fortress, and the Laigin failed to take it, and Domnall's son was defeated at Inis Teimle, and a slaughter inflicted upon him.

     AI1088.4

    A hosting by Muirchertach into Laigin, and the Leth Cuinn came in his rear, burning Luimnech and Mungarit, and they levelled the fort of Cenn Corad and took captives from it.

AI1089
     AI1089.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1089.2

    Muirchertach Ua Briain went on a foray to Mide and encamped at Loch Aininn. He came thence into Laigin and slew Domnall's son, took the kingship of Laigin and Áth Cliath, and imprisoned Énna, son of Diarmait.

     AI1089.3

    A hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain into Connachta, and he felled the Ruadbethech and made a camp at Loch Cime.

AI1090
     AI1090.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

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     AI1090.2

    Mael Dúin Ua Rebacháin, coarb of Mo-Chutu, rested in Christ.

     AI1090.3

    Donnchadh, son of Domnall Ua Gilla Pátraic, was slain.

AI1091
     AI1091.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1091.2

    The son of Dub dá Bairenn Ua Domnaill was treacherously slain by his kinsman despite mutual oaths on the relics of Ireland, and the latter was slain forthwith.

     AI1091.3

    A battle between the Ulaid and the Cenél Eógain, and Donn Sleibe Ua hEochada, king of Ulaid, was slain therein, and Donnchadh Ua hEochada was afterwards made king.

     AI1091.4

    Caínchomrac Ua Cel... from Cenél Eógain ... a celibate, a noble priest, and favourite disciple of Mael Ísu Ua Brolcháin, rested in Christ in Cluain Finnglaise in Múscraige Breogain.

     AI1091.5

    Mael Ísu, coarb of Patrick, rested in Christ.

AI1092
     AI1092.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1092.2

    The devotee Ua Fallamain rested in Christ, having been drowned.

     AI1092.3

    Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir, king of Connachta, was treacherously blinded by Ua Flaithbertaig, and Muirchertach Ua Briain took the high-kingship of Connachta, and Diarmait Ua Briain was banished to Ulaid.

     AI1092.4

    Enna, son of Diarmait, was slain by the Uí Cheinnselaig.

     AI1092.5

    A hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain into Laigin, and Ua Conchobuir Fhailge submitted to him.

     AI1092.6

    Mael Ísu Ua hArrachtáin, coarb of Ailbe, rested piously in Christ at Imlech Ibuir.

     AI1092.7

    Muiredach son of Carthach, king of Eógan acht Caisil, died.

     AI1092.8

    Cormac Mainistrech, the noble bishop and venerable senior of Ireland, rested in Christ in Cluain Iraird on his pilgrimage.

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     AI1092.9

    The noble bishop Connmach Ua Cairill, another venerable senior, rested in Christ in Inis dá Drumann.

     AI1092.10

    Donnchadh son of Carthach; king of Eógan acht Caisil, was slain by Cellachán Ua Cellach áin.

     AI1092.11

    Very heavy frost, and snow, at the end of this and the beginning of the following year.

     AI1092.12

    Ua Carráin, erenagh of Cluain Uama, rested in Christ.

AI1093
     AI1093.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1093.2

    A hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain to Connachta and the Síl Muiredaig joined his assembly, and he imprisoned the son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir, king of Síl Muiredaig. Ua hEidin entered the patrimony of Ua Conchobuir Chonnacht, and Ua Briain gave the kingship of Síl Muiredaig to him.

     AI1093.3

    The son of Flann.Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Temuir, submitted to Ua Briain at Luimnech.

     AI1093.4

    A conference between the king of Ailech, i.e. the grandson of Lochlainn Ua Maíl Shechnaill, and Ua hEochada, king of Ulaid, at Dornann Dabaill on the edge of Loch nEchach, and by reason of a common hostility they made a covenant, with many relics including the Staff of Jesus as pledges, against Ua Briain and Leth Moga.

     AI1093.5

    Rés son of Seothar, king of Wales, and Turcaill, son of Eóla, were slain by the French.

     AI1093.6

    The son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir, who had been a prisoner on the bank of [the Sinann at] Luimnech, was slain by the followers of Ua Flaithbertaig.

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     AI1093.7

    Ua Conchobuir Chonnacht and the Síl Muiredaig turned against Ua Briain.

     AI1093.8

    A hosting by Muirchertach in Connachta, and he took fifty cows from Ua Flaithbertaig as ' cumals ' in cornpensation for [the death of] Cathal's son, and for their revolt he plundered and slew many of the Síl Muiredaig, and imprisoned Ua Conchobuir their king.

     AI1093.9

    A violent wind in the above year, which sundered the grain from the corn and blew down numerous trees.

     AI1093.10

    A great pestilence, i.e. a febrile, in the above year, which caused death to a large number of people.

     AI1093.11

    Diarmait, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, submitted to Muirchertach, i.e. his brother, and they made peace and a covenant in Caisel and in Les Mór, with the relics of Ireland, including the Staff of Jesus, as pledges, and in the presence of Ua hÉnna and the nobles of Mumu.

     AI1093.12

    The son of Fer Gráid Ua Catháin, erenaga of Ráith Maige Meic Í, rested in Christ.

     AI1093.13

    Mael Coluini son of Donnchadh, king of Alba, was slain with his son in an unguarded moment in battle by the French, and Margaréta his wife, died of grief for him.

     AI1093.14

    Ua Nialláin, coarb of Crónán and Ciarán, the bishop and the venerable senior, rested in Christ.

AI1094
     AI1094.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1094.2

    Great warfare in this year between Ua Briain and Leth Cuinn and Gofraid, king of Áth Cliath. Muirchertach went on a hosting to Áth Cliath, imprisoned Ua Conchobuir Fhailge, and banished Gofraid therefrom. And on that hosting he slew the son of Flann Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Mide, appointing the son of Mael Sechnaill as his successor, and he returned with peace and triumph.

     AI1094.3

    The Síl Muiredaig inflicted a great slaughter on the Corcu Modruad and on [the army of] the west of Connachta, and Ua Flaithbertaig, and the grandson of Conchobar, son of Mael Sechnaill, escaped therefrom.

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     AI1094.4

    Donnchadh son of Mael Coluim, king of Alba, was slain by Domnall, son of Donnchadh. That same Domnall, moreover, afterwards took the kingship of Alba.

     AI1094.5

    Congal's son, king of Na Renna, was slain.

     AI1094.6

    Ruaidrí Ua Donnocáin, king of Ara, rested in penitence.

     AI1094.7

    Ua Corcráin, coarb of Brénainn of Cluain Ferta, rested.

     AI1094.8

    A siege by the men of Mumu under Muirchertach in Mag Léna against the men of Mide, and Muirchertach conducted the siege in this manner: all Mide with its chieftains(?) was burned by the Munstermen, and the [people of] western Mide and the men of Tethba were banished from Sliab Cairpri eastwards and northwards into Tír Briúin. The men of Mide were partitioned in two between Donnchadh Ua Maíl Shechnaill and Conchobar, son of Mael Sechnaill, and hostages were given by both to Muirchertach.

AI1095
     AI1095.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1095.2

    Snow and heavy frost so that the rivers and principal lakes of Ireland were frozen, and a great loss of cattle in this year.

     AI1095.3

    The men of Mumu laid siege to Dún Tais from the Epiphany [January 6] until the Feast of Mary in the Winter [November 21], and they had a large fleet on Loch Rí, and they obtained their demand from Conmaicne and Síl Muiredaig.

     AI1095.4

    Donnchadh Ua hEochada, king of Ulaid, was deposed and banished to Cenél Eógain, and Goll Garbraige took the kingship of Ulaid.

     AI1095.5

    foray [was made] by the Cenél Eógain and by Donnchadh Ua hEochada into Ulaid. The Ulaid overtook and defeated them, inflicting a slaughter upon them.

     AI1095.6

    Donnchadh son of Flann Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of western Mide, submitted to Muirchertach Ua Briain and received from him twenty ingots of gold as a stipend.

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     AI1095.7

    The Senior, son of Mael Mo-Lua, chief anchorite of Ireland, ended his life happily in Dún dá Lethglas.

     AI1095.8

    Gilla Críst Ua Ruaidrí, chief anchorite of Uí Thairdelbaig, rested in Corcach.

     AI1095.9

    A hosting by Muirchertach and by the Leth Moga into Connachta to Mag Aí, and the Conmaicne and Síl Muiredaig engaged the cavalry of the Munstermen, and the Connachta were defeated, the son of Cathal Ua Conchobuir, royal heir of Connachta, and many others being slain.

     AI1095.10

    Ua hEgra, king of Luigne, was slain by the Cenél Dubáin; and Luigne and western Connachta were vacated and [their inhabitants] came into Mumu.

     AI1095.11

    Muirchertach had an encampment in Mag Ua Fiachrach from mid-summer until the Feast of Michael [September 29], and he banished the Síl Muiredaig and the Conmaicne from Mag Aí and Mag Luirg northwards into In Dub-Bréifne. After that Ua Ruairc submitted to Muirchertach, and the high-kingship of Connachta, save Uí Fhiachrach, Uí Maine and Luigne, was given to him. And a hostage from every 'hearth' was given to Muirchertach by the Conmaicne and Síl Muiredaig.

     AI1095.12

    Ua Cobthaig, king of Umall, was slain.

     AI1095.13

    A great mortality of the men of Ireland, so that it is impossible to enumerate all the people that died. From that pestilence died: Domnall son of Matudán, king of Uí Echach; Domnall son of Beollán, prince of Dún na Sciath; Finn Ua Dúngalaig, royal heir of Múscraige Tíre; Mac Iairn Ua Coinnéin, steward of Urmumu; Ua Matudain, king of Síl Anmchada; Dubshlatach Ua Muiredaig and Raen Ua Follomain, two chiefs of Clann Uatach; Gofraid, king of Áth Cliath and Insi Gall; Muirchertach Ua Cairre, chief of Cenél Eógain Tulcha Óc; Muirchertach son of Domnall son of Gilla Pátraic, royal heir of Osraige; Mael Pátraic, bishop of Ard Macha; Dubthach Ua Sochainn, learned priest of In Fherta in Ard Macha; Mael Brigte  p.253 Ua Brolcháin, i.e. the son of Mael Ísu; Donngus Ua hAingliu, bishop of Áth Cliath; the bishop Ua Ceithernaig, abbot of Ferna Mór; the bishop [Ua] Maíl Chuaráin; Ua Mancháin of the community of Glenn dá Locha; Ua Rinnánaig, lector of Leithglenn; Scandlán Ua Cnámsige, the anchorite; Donnchadh Ua Ferchair, vice-abbot of Les Mór; Mael Muad, grandson of Clothna, abbot of Cluain Uama; Ua Maíl Muine, abbot of Inis Cathaig; the priest Ua Gerruidir and Gilla na Naem Ua hÉnna of the community of Cell Dá Lua; Ua hÁbartaig, abbot of Mag Eó; Eógan, head of the monks of the Gaedil in Rome; Dub Choblaig, daughter of Gilla Pátraic; Dub Choblaig, daughter of Domnall Ruad Ua Briain; the daughter of Ua Lugda, mother of Ua Flaithbertaig [and] the wife of Donnchadh Ua hAichir.

     AI1095.14

    Abundance of mast, moreover, in this year.

AI1096
     AI1096.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1096.2

    Ua hAinbith, king of Uí Méith and the men of Fernmag, died.

     AI1096.3

    A muster of the Uí Méith into Uí Echach Ulad on a foray, and they carried off cows. The Uí Echach came upon them, making a slaughter of them, and the son of Ua hAinbith and many others were killed.

     AI1096.4

    Dúngal son of Bran Brec, king of Na Clanna, ended his life in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

     AI1096.5

    Mathgamain Ua Ségda, king of Corcu Duibne, rested in Christ.

     AI1096.6

    Donn Sléibe Ua Donnocáin, king of Múscraige Mittaine, rested in Christ.

     AI1096.7

    Conchobar Ua hAnmchada, king of Uí Liatháin, rested in Christ.

     AI1096.8

    Luimnech was burned by lightning on the day before the Kalends [1st] of April.

AI1097
     AI1097.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1097.2

    Tadc, son of Ruaidrí, was slain.

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     AI1097.3

    Cairpre Ua Síta, chief jurist of Ireland, rested in Christ.

     AI1097.4

    The son of Mac Raith the poet, rested in Christ.

AI1098
     AI1098.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1098.2

    Flaithbertach Ua Flaithbertaig, king of the west of Connachta, was slain.

     AI1098.3

    Mael Ísu Ua Stuir rested in Christ.

    1. A thousand years and a hundred
      Less two years—'tis no lie—
      From the birth of Christ in pure Bethlehem
      Till the death of perfect Mael Ísu(?).

     AI1098.4

    Mael Brénainn Ua Duinnín, lector and vice-erenagh of Ard Ferta Brénainn, rested in Christ.

     AI1098.5

    Domnall Ua hÉnne, chief master in wisdom, eminent bishop of Ireland, and the most hospitable and charitable man in western Europe, rested in Christ.

     AI1098.6

    Mac Raith Ua hErudáin, bishop of Ard Ferta Brénainn, rested in Christ.

AI1099
     AI1099.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1099.2

    Donnchadh Ua hAichir, the most hospitable man in Tuadmumu, rested.

     AI1099.3

    Murchad, son of Cú Mara, son of Domnall, rested.

AI1100
     AI1100.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1100.2

    Conn, son of Gilla Buide, rested in Christ.

     AI1100.3

    Ua Lígda, a noble senior, rested in Christ.

     AI1100.4

    Gilla na Naem Ua Conchobuir, or Ua hEidin, rested.

     AI1100.5

    The son of Domnall Ua Cuirc, king of Múscraige Breogain, died.

     AI1100.6

    Domnall son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Ailech, imprisoned Donnchadh Ua hEochada, high-king of Ulaid,  p.257 and the hostages which he (Donnchadh) had taken, were afterwards brought from Ulaid.

     AI1100.7

    The plundering of Fine Gall as far as Áth Cliath by Ua Lochlainn.

     AI1100.8

    Muirchertach Ua Briain [went] to Es (Ruaid) ... and took the river ...

     AI1100.9

    A battle between the Cenél Lugdach themselves, in which Ua Domnaill, king of Cenél Lugdach, Mael Goan Ua Loingsig and his son and many others fell, and Ua Maíl Gaíthe was slain on the other side.

     AI1100.10

    Echrí Ua Maíl Maire, king of Ciannachta, was slain by the son of Tadc Ua Conchobuir on the fifteenth of the Kalends of January [December 18].

     AI1100.11

    The oratory of Both Medba was burned.

AI1101
     AI1101.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon. The first year after the bissextile, and that was the best year for milk, corn, and good weather.

     AI1101.2

    A great hosting around Ireland by Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach, and he destroyed Ailech and Cúil Rathain at Tuag Inbir, took the hostages of the Ulaid, and proceeded along Slige Midluachra. It was then a naval force came round ... from(?) the north, and they destroyed Inis Cathaig, taking many valuables from it, and committed many other evil deeds.

     AI1101.3

    A great raid was made by the Uí Echach Ulad on the community of Ard Macha, and twenty-four of the inmates of the monastery were slain.

     AI1101.4

    The men of Mide and the Gailenga went on a foray against the men of Fernmag, and the men of Fernmag inflicted a great slaughter upon them. And Donnchadh Ua hEochada was released by Ua Lochlainn, and together they devastated Ulaid.

     AI1101.5

    A great mortality of cattle in Leth Moga [this] year.

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AI1102
     AI1102.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon. The one thousand one hundred and second year from the Incarnation until this present year.

     AI1102.2

    Tigernán Ua Ruairc's son was treacherously slain by his kinsman.

     AI1102.3

    Ros Ailithir was plundered [by] ... and the Corcu Laígde in revenge for Mac na hErlaime Ua Cellaig, and those who committed the despoilations were handed over by Muirchertach to the community of Ros in honour of Cainnech and Fachtna.

     AI1102.4

    Muirchertach Ua Briain went with a predatory army to Fochart Muirthemne.

     AI1102.5

    The son of Mac Lochlainn with the Cenél Eógain went into Ulaid, and their camp was attacked when unguarded, and the king of Carraig Brachide, namely, Ua Maíl Fhábaill, and the son of Conrach, son of Eógan, and many others were slain.

     AI1102.6

    In this year Muirchertach Ua Briain made a marriage-alliance with the French and with the Norsemen.

     AI1102.7

    Mugrón Ua Mongair, lector of Ard Macha, rested in Mungarit.

     AI1102.8

    In Dall Ua Conchobuir Fhailge rested in Cell Dara.

AI1103
     AI1103.1

    The Kalends of January {on Thursday, and} the twentieth of the moon thereon. The one thousand one hundred and third year from the Incarnation.

     AI03.2

    Conchobar Ua hEtersceóil, king of Corcu Laígde, died in Ros Ailithir.

     AI1103.3

    Muirchertach Ua Briain, accompanied by the men of Ireland, made a hosting to Ard Macha, and remained there a week. He proceeded thence to Mag Coba, divided  p.261 [his forces] into three, and permitted the Desmumu to go home. He himself went on forays into Dál Araide, and Donnchadh, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, Conchobar Ua Conehobuir, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra, Petta Demuin Ua Beoáin, and many others were slain on that raiding.

     AI1103.4

    The battle of Mag Coba [was gained] over the Laigin and the Osraige, after Muirchertach had departed, and many fell therein, among whom were the most noble men: Gilla Pátraic Ruad, king of Osraige; Mac Gilla Mo-Cholmóc; the two sons of Mael Mórda Ua Domnaill; Cellach Ua Domnaill; Ua Muiredaig, royal heir of Ciarraige, and his son; Donn Cúán Ua Dubcinn; In Gilla Finn Ua Fáilbi; Gilla Senáin Ua hAeda; the son of Ragnall Ua Dedaid and many others; the two sons of Éric Finn of the people of Áth Cliath; Pól, son of Amunn, and Beólán Gall.

     AI1103.5

    Magnus, king of the foreigners, was slain when taken unawares by the Ulaid.

     AI1103.6

    son of Ua hEtersceóil, king of Corcu Laígde, went to sea with a crew of twenty-five, {and unknown is their faring or their end thereafter}.

     AI1103.7

    The son of Mac Senáin, king of Gailenga, was slain by the Cairpre Ua Ciarda, and a slaughter of the latter was inflicted in the same place. The son of Mael Sechnaill was [also] slain on that incursion.

     AI1103.8

    A house was burned over Ua Flainn Arda, and many fell therein, including his wife and the master of that house.

AI1104
     AI1104.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the first day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundreth and fourth year from the birth of Christ, and a bissextile year.

     p.263
     AI1104.2

    Conchobar grandson of Conchobuir son of Mael Sechnaill, king of Corcu Modruad, {died}.

    1. Four fitting years and a hundred
      And a thousand—great was the amount—
      From the birth of Christ in fair Bethlehem
      Till the death of perfect Conchobar.

     AI1104.3

    Mael Ruanaid Ua Bilrín rested in Christ.

     AI1104.4

    Death of Étaín, daughter of Ua hEgra.

     AI1104.5

    Death of Cú Ulad Ua Caindelbáin, king of Laegaire.

     AI1104.6

    Death of Órlaith, daughter of Cennétig's son.

AI1105
     AI1105.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1105.2

    Heavy snow this year, and a great loss of cows, sheep, and pigs in the same year.

     AI1105.3

    Cerball son of Domnall son of Gilla Pátraic, king of the south of Osraige, died.

     AI1105.4

    Tigernach Ua Duiligéin, the noble priest, rested in Les Mór.

     AI1105.5

    Conchobar son of Mael Sechnaill, king of eastern Mide, was slain by the Uí Briuin.

     AI1105.6

    Domnall, coarb of Patrick, rested.

     AI1105.7

    In the above year a camel, an animal of remarkable size, was brought from the king of Alba to Muirchertach Ua Briain.

     AI1105.8

    In the same year there was caught by fishermen in the sea of Luimnech a fish of unheard of size, which measured fifteen feet, and two ingots' weight were obtained(?) for it.

     AI1105.9

    Muirgius Ua Con Cenainn, king of Uí Diarmata of Síl Muiredaig, died.

     AI1105.10

    The son of Cúna Cell Ua Crínáin died.

     AI1105.11

    A hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain into Mide, and he banished Donnchadh Ua Maíl Shechnaill. He then  p.265 proceeded into Mag Conaille and there spent three nights. After that he made a camp in Cúil Ua nAeda, and went on a raid to Sliab Guaire and took innumerable cows and spoils from the Uí Briúin. And it is on account of that spoil that Ua Ruairc gave four hostages to Muirchertach.

AI1106
     AI1106.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1106.2

    Mac Bethad Ua hÁilgenáin, coarb of Barre, rested in Christ.

     AI1106.3

    Donnchadh Ua Maíl Shechnailll was slain by his own people.

     AI1106.4

    The brehon Ua Rebacháin, erenagh of Mungarit, died.

     AI1106.5

    Tuathal Ua Cathail, coarb of Caemgen, a priest and lector, rested in Christ.

     AI1106.6

    The son of Gilla Pátraic Ua Muiredaig of Cenél Eógain was slain.

     AI1106.7

    Ua Cernaig, coarb of Dún dá Lethglas, rested in Christ.

     AI1106.8

    The bishop Ua Baígill rested.

AI1107
     AI1107.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1107.2

    Ua Scolaige, coarb of Ruadán, rested.

     AI1107.3

    Cuilén Ua Cathaláin rested.

     AI1107.4

    Conchobar Cisénach, son of Donn Sleibe Ua hEochada, was slain.

     AI1107.5

    The son of Ua hInnrechtaig, king of Uí Méith, was slain by the Uí Bresail.

     AI1107.6

    Ua Murchada, king of Cenél Conaill, was slain.

     AI1107.7

    The grandson of Cú Brodnai of Fir Manach was treacherously slain by the Conmaicne.

     AI1107.8

    Mac Broit Riabaig Ua Duilenn´áin was treacherously slain.

     AI1107.9

    Ua Duinn Chothaid,king of Luigne, in part, rested.

 p.267
AI1108
     AI1108.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1108.2

    Luimnech was totally burned save the market outside.

     AI1108.3

    Domnall Ua hÍmuir, coarb of Fínán Cam, rested.

     AI1108.4

    The son of Fer Coctha, grandson of Domnall son of Diarmait, died suddenly after the community of Senán had fasted against him throughout the previous week.

     AI11108.5

    Muiredach Ua Cerbaill and Cinaed Ua Muirchertaig were slain in a skirmish by Aengus Ua Cinaeda and by others of the Uí Chinaeda.

     AI1108.6

    The son of Brotchú Ua Mathgamna was slain when taken unawares by the son of Mael Muad, son of Matudaán.

     AI1108.7

    Ua Beoáin, administrator of Luimnech, died infeliciter.

     AI1108.8

    Goll Garbraige, king of Ulaid, was treacherously slain by Ua Mathgamna.

     AI1108.9

    Cú Aenaig Ua Maíl Guirm, princely hospitaller of eastern Mumu, rested.

     AI1108.10

    Ímar, son of Mongán, rested.

     AI1108.11

    Gilla Ailbe Ua Ciairmeicc, lay senior of Mumu, rested.

AI1109
     AI1109.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon [thereon].

     AI1109.2

    A hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain, and he plundered In Dub-Bréifne, searched its recesses and fastnesses, and carried off cattle, booty, and many valuables, [but returned] without a hostage or pledge from In Gilla Srónmael.

     AI1109.3

    Heavy rain and bad weather in the summer and autumn of the above year, and fastings and abstinence were observed and alms given to God that it might be dispelled.

     AI1109.4

    Abundance of apples [this] year.

     AI1109.5

    Gilla Pátraic Ua Selbaig, coarb of Barre, rested.

AI1110
     AI1110.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1110.2

    Gormlaith, daughter of Ua Conchobuir Chiarraige [and] queen of Uí Echach, rested.

     p.269
     AI1110.3

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Carráin rested.

     AI1110.4

    Ua Maíl Muaid, king of Fir Chell, was slain together with his wife, viz. the daughter of Ua Brie, king of the Déisi.

     AI1110.5

    Murchad, son of Tadc Ua Briain, died.

     AI1110.6

    The grandson of Flann son of Flannchad rested, and was buried in Inis Faithlinn.

     AI1110.7

    [The] lector Ua Duib Rátha rested.

AI1111
     AI1111.1

    The Kalends [of January] on Sunday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1111.2

    Cathasach, the most pious man in Ireland, rested in Christ in Inis Celtra.

     AI1111.3

    A great assembly of the men of Ireland, both clergy and laity, in Fiad Mac nAengusa, i.e. in Ráith Bresail, including Muirchertach Ua Briain, high-king of Ireland, Ua Dúnáin, eminent bishop of Ireland, Cellach, coarb of Patrick, and other Irish nobles, and they enacted discipline and law better than any made in Ireland before their time.

    1. The number of the pure clerical order
      In the synod of Ráith Bresail
      Three hundred priests—a perfect festival—
      And a fair fifty bishops.

     AI1111.4

    A predatory hosting by Muirchertach Ua Briain against the men of Bréifne and he plundered them and brought their womenfolk and cows to Mumu, after they had been shunned by In Gilla Maelshrón Ua Ruairc.

     AI1111.5

    Domnall, son of Tadc, went in indignant mood(?) into the north of Ireland, and forcibly took the kingship of Insi Gall.

     AI1111.6

    The Ulaid [went] on a hosting into Cenél Eógain and cut down the trees of Tulach Óc. And the son of Mac Lochlainn [was] in Ulaid, and he plundered it as far as Droichet na Feirsi, and hostages were afterwards obtained from the Ulaid.

     p.271
     AI1111.7

    The son of Murchad Ua Briain, namely Brian, went to Leth Cuinn, having been put away by Muirchertach Ua Briain.

     AI1111.8

    Muirchertach went on an expedition to Áth Cliath [and was away] from the Feast of Michael [September 29]. until Christmas.

     AI1111.9

    The son of Ua Mugróin of Connachta rested in Christ.

AI1112
     AI1112.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1112.2

    Mael Maire Ua Fócarta, coarb of Brénainn, rested in Christ.

     AI1112.3

    Cathal, grandson of Domnall son of Dub dá Bairenn, was treacherously slain by Aed Ua Cellacháin, {i.e. by his own marriage relation}.

     AI1112.4

    Gormlaith, daughter of Murchad [and] coarb of Brigit, rested.

     AI1112.5

    A great crop of mast, also, throughout Ireland this year.

AI1113
     AI1113.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1113.2

    Diarmait Ua Longáin, coarb of Ard Pátraic, rested in Christ.

     AI1113.3

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Conchobuir, king of Corcu Modruad, died in Luimnech.

     AI1113.4

    The son of Donnchad Ua Gilla Pátraic was slain by Goll Gabráin, i.e. by his kinsman.

     AI1113.5

    {Great warfare between Uí Briúin and Bréifne and Airgialla.

     AI1113.6

    Les Mír was burned}.

     AI1113.7

    Niall, son of Domnall son of Mac Lochlainn, took the kingship of Cenél Conaill.

     AI1113.8

    The son of Éicertach Ua Tairchirt was slain by Niall.

     AI1113.9

    A great hosting by Muirchertach to Ard Macha and Mag Coba, and he returned with peace.

     AI1113.10

    And a great mortality in this year.

     p.273
     AI1113.11

    The slaying of Donnchad, son of Eochaid, by the Ulaid.

     AI1113.12

    The sons of Mac Aeducáin, bishop of Les Mór, rested in Christ.

AI1114
     AI1114.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, [and] the twenty-first of the moon thereon. This is the one thousandth one hundredth and fourteenth year from the Incarnation.

     AI1114.2

    The king of Ireland was struck down by disease this year in the middle of summer. Alas, indeed, we find it impossible to relate the multitude of these evils: battles and fights, raids and murders, violations of churches and holy places throughout Ireland, both of laity and clergy! Woe to him who brought upon us this sickness of the king of Ireland!

     AI1114.3

    In this year the Leth Cuinn around Domnall son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Ailech, came to the territory of Mumu. Many, indeed, were the evil deeds committed both by them and the men of Mumu until they made peace with each other after undergoing a change of mind(?).

     AI1114.4

    Diarmait Ua Briain took the kingship of Mumu, and banished Muirchertach from Luimnech to Cell Da Lua.

     AI1114.5

    Diarmait Ua Flainn Chua rested.

     AI1114.6

    Brian, son of Murchad, was treacherously imprisoned.

AI1115
     AI1115.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1115.2

    Muirchertach came to Luimnech, and Diarmait was imprisoned by him.

     AI1115.3

    A hosting, led by Muirchertach, to Osraige and Laigin. The song of Murchad, grandson of Mael na mBó, assembled an army against him, and they fought a battle, and Murchad's son was defeated; and some of the men of Mumu were slain in Osraige, {i.e. }

     AI1115.4

    The son of the grandson of Flann, son of Flannchad, and the son of Coinín Ua Duibcinn, and in another place  p.275 two of the Uí Fhócarta, and in a different place, moreover, Ua Gilla Pátraic and the son of Ua Crináin, were slain by one another, along with many others.

     AI1115.5

    Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí king of Connachta, was shamefully slain by the Connachta themselves; {and he survived that wound}.

     AI1115.6

    Cellachán Ua Cellacháin of Caisel was slain.

     AI1115.7

    The slaying of Lochlainn Ua Fáilbi by Murchad Ua Ségda.

     AI1115.8

    The battle of Áth Cliath [gained] by Domnall Ua Briain, in which nobles of the Laigin fell around Murchad's son and Ua Conchobuir Fhailge; and Domnall Ua Conchobuir, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra, and many others of the men of Mumu were [also] slain.

     AI1115.9

    Domnall, son of Tadc Ua Briain, was slain by the Connachta.

     AI1115.10

    Diarmait Ua Donnocáin was slain.

     AI1115.11

    The grandson of Dúnlang Ua Cinn Fhaelad was slain this year.

AI1116
     AI1116.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, [and] the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1116.2

    Muirchertach Ua Briain invaded Laigin. Countless injuries were committed on that expedition: raids and conflicts, war and famine during that time.

     AI1116.3

    Diarmait Ua Briain turned against Muirchertach Ua Briain in violation of a mutual oath on the relics of Ireland.

     AI1116.4

    The siege of Luimnech against Muirchertach Ua Briain and Brian, son of Murchad.

     AI1116.5

    Muirchertach Ua Briain went to Les Mór and assumed the pilgrim's staff.

     AI1116.6

    Aengus Ua Cinaeda ended his life in Inis Faithlinn.

AI1117
     AI1117.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1117.2

    Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill was taken unawares and defeated by the foreigners of Áth Cliath and by the Laigin, and he did not reach his camp for three nights.

     p.277
     AI1117.3

    Martyrdom of the community of Cenannas, including their abbot, at the hands of their slayers, i.e. the Uí Briúin.

     AI1117.4

    Mael Maire Ua Dúnáin, eminent bishop of Ireland, and a master in piety and wisdom, rested in Christ.

     AI1117.5

    The defeat of Cell Mac nÉnáin [inflicted] by the Cenél Conaill on the Cenél Eógain of the Island .

     AI1117.6

    A battle-rout [was inflicted] by Brian, son of Murchad, on the Dál Cais, in which sons of kings and chieftains and many others were slain.

AI1118
     AI1118.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1118.2

    Diarmait Ua Briain died in Corcach Mór Muman after a victory of penance.

     AI1118.3

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Faeláin was treacherously slain in Caisel.

     AI1118.4

    Four of the Uí Bric were slain in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

     AI1118.5

    Laidcnén Ua Duib Dara was slain by the Uí Fhiachrach of Ard Sratha.

     AI1118.6

    Tadc Ua Ségda was slain by the foreigners of Luimnech and by Ua Fáilbi, each having committed treachery against the other.

     AI1118.7

    Brian, son of Murchad Ua Briain, was slain by Tadc, son of Mac Carthaig, the Desmumu, and the Uí Briain; and Amlaíb Ua hEchach was slain in the same place.

     AI1118.8

    Tairdelbach son of Ruaidrí, king of Connachta, Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Mide, and Ua Ruairc, king of Uí Briúin, [came] with Muirchertach Ua Briain to Desmumu, and they reached Glenn Magair. They turned against Muirchertach and [made] peace with the son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1118.9

    The son of Gilla Odar Ua Duibenaig was slain by Domnall Ua Títh, and that same Domnall banished his father, i.e. Dodan Birach(?); and Ua Mathgamna, king of Ulaid, was banished by the son of Donn Sléibe, and the. Ulaid were put to flight(?) by the men of Fernmag.

     p.279
     AI1118.10

    The son of Mac Lochlainn went to Tír Conaill and took a great cattle-spoil from Tana-inis, and Aed Ua Galmredaig was slain there.

     AI1118.11

    Domnall, son of Ruaidrí, died.

     AI1118.12

    Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir rested in Cluain Moccu Nóis.

AI1119
     AI1119.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1119.2

    Muirchertach Ua Briain, king of Ireland, rested after a victory of repentance; and the bishop Ua Lennáin, erenagh of Inis Cathaig, rested in Christ; and the bishop of Les Mór, Ua Daigthig, rested in Christ; and the violent death of the poet Ua Baígelláin together with his two sons, his wife, and his train. The curse of God on those who did the deed!

     AI1119.3

    The grandson of Brotchú Ua Mathgamna died.

     AI1119.4

    A fleet [was brought] by the sons of Diarmait Ua Briain and the Tuadmumu to Ciarraige Luachra, and a great slaughter was inflicted on the crews by Mathgamain and Cú Luachra and the Ciarraige.

AI1120
     AI1120.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon. A leap year, and one thousand one hundred and twenty years from the Incarnation.

     AI1120.2

    Fergil, eminent senior of Inis Locha Cré, rested in Christ.

     AI1120.3

    Niall son of Mac Lochlainn, royal heir of Ireland, was slain by his own people.

     AI1120.4

    Tadc, son of Mac Carthaig, accompanied by the Desmumu, went to Osraige, and Ua Gilla Pátraic, king of Osraige, submitted to him. And the Osraige gave him hostages, and received [in return] a large stipend of gold and steeds. And the nobles of Osraige, including their king, were imprisoned by the Dál Cais, and their hostages were handed over to Ruaidrí's son, king of Connachta.

     AI1120.5

    A shameful foray was made by Ruaidrí's son  p.281 against the men of Mide in violation of guarantees given to the coarb of Patrick and contrary to the peace made by the son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Ailech.

     AI1120.6

    Mathgamain Ua Cuirc died, and was buried in Inis Faithlinn.

     AI1120.7

    Cellach, coarb of Patrick, came on a circuit of Ireland to Mumu, and he imparted blessings everywhere he went.

AI1121
     AI1121.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon. The years from the Incarnation of Our Lord Jesus Christ, MCXXI.

     AI1121.2

    Death of Domnall son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Ireland, in Doire Coluim Chille.

     AI1121.3

    Death of Mael Sechnaill Ua Cellacháin, king of the south of Ireland, in Corcach Mór Muman.

     AI1121.4

    Death of the son of [In] Deoraid Ua Flainn by his own hand in Loch Echach.

     AI1121.5

    The Ulaid took a great prey from the son of Mac Lochlainn. A great slaughter [was inflicted] on them, and the prey was turned back.

     AI1121.6

    A hosting by Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí, on a circuit in Mumu and they burned Ciarraige Luachra from north to south.

     AI1121.7

    A predatory hosting by Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí, into Desmumu, and he did a deed which was vexatious to God and to the whole Christian Church generally, namely the plundering of Les Mór Mo-Chutu. The Desmumu, however, at the instigation of the Lord [and] for the honour of its saints, slay Ua Flaithbertaig and Ua hEidin along with other leaders, though [this] vengeance preceded the sin. But if any objector should be found to say “Never has God punished a sin before it was committed,” it shall be replied to him that it were not extraordinary, if God, to whom all time is present, should avenge a wrong done to his Church before it was committed.

 p.283
AI1122
     AI1122.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon. The second year after the bissextile, and the one thousandth one hundredth and twenty-second from the Incarnation.

     AI1122.2

    Peace in the above year between Connachta and Desmumu.

     AI1122.3

    Ua Lígda, coarb of Ailbe, rested, and Mael Mórda, grandson of Clothna, succeeded him.

     AI1122.4

    In Gilla Srónmael Ua Ruairc was slain by Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill at the instigation of the saints.

     AI1122.5

    A battle between Cenél Eógain and Fir Manach, and the Fir Manach took flight.

     AI1122.6

    The Cenél Eógain took great preys from the Ulaid at the same time.

     AI1122.7

    Gofraid, lector of Ard Macha, rested in Christ.

     AI1122.8

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Donnocáin, king of Ara, was slain.

     AI1122.9

    Mór, daughter of Mac Lochlainn's son, died [and thus parted] from the king of Connachta.

     AI1122.10

    Death of Aed Ua Duib Dírma in Inis Eógain.

     AI1122.11

    Death of Ua hÓcain of Cenél Eógain Tulcha Óc.

AI1123
     AI1123.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the first day of the moon thereon. The third year after the bissextile, and the one thousandth one hundredth and [twenty]-third year from the Incarnation.

     AI1123.2

    Donn Cuan Ua Cennétig rested.

     AI1123.3

    A hosting by Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí, to Cíche Anann in Luachair.

     AI1123.4

    The Ulidian bishop rested in Les Mór.

     AI1123.5

    The song of Gilla Pátraic Ruad, king of Osraige, was slain by his own people.

     AI1123.6

    A grave malady afflicted Tadc, son of Mac Carthaig, and Cormac, his brother, took the kingship of Desmumu in his presence.

     AI1123.7

    Muiredach Ua Dedaid was slain by Tadc, son of Diarmait.

 p.285
AI1124
     AI1124.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1124.2

    Tadc son of Mac Carthaig, king of Caisel, rested.

     AI1124.3

    A fleet [was brought] by Ruaidrí's son to Áth Caille.

     AI1124.4

    Ua Muirchertaig, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, Cú Luachra Ua Conchobuir, king of Ciarraige, and Murchad Ua Ségda, king of Corcu Duibne, were banished by Cormac, son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1124.5

    A defeat [was inflicted] by Ruaidrí's son on the men of Mide and on the Conmaicne, and many were slain.

     AI1124.6

    A hosting by Cormac and the Leth Moga to Áth Luain against Ruaidrí's son, and their hostages were put to death by the latter.

     AI1124.7

    Muiredach grandson of Aed, king of Uí Briúin, rested.

AI1125
     AI1125.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, [and] the twenty-third of the moon thereon. The first year after the bissextile, and the one thousandth one hundredth and twenty-fifth year from the Incarnation.

     AI1125.2

    Les Mór Mo-Chutu was burned.

     AI1125.3

    A fleet under the leadership of Muirchertach Ua Muirchertaig, i.e. king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, [was sent] by Ruaidrí's son to Corcu Duibne, and they wrought havoc there.

     AI1125.4

    Mael Trena rested in Glenn dá Locha.

     AI1125.5

    Mael Eóin, eminent bishop of Laigin and a very learned scholar, rested in Christ in Leithglenn.

     AI1125.6

    A great slaughter of the Airgialla by the men of Mide at Droichet Átha, in which the son of Ua Cerbaill, the son of Cú Febla Ua Cernaig, and many others fell.

     AI1125.7

    A slaughter of the foreigners of Luimnech and of the Ciarraige by Tairdelbach Ua Briain.

     AI1125.8

    Cormac, son of Mac Carthaig, took the kingship of Luimnech in the above year.

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     AI1125.9

    Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill was banished to Mumu by Ruaidrí's son.

     AI1125.10

    Mael Sechnaill, son of Donnchad, was slain by the son of Murchad Ua Maíl Shechnaill.

AI1126
     AI1126.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon. The second year after the bissextile, and the one thousandth one hundredth and twenty-sixth year from the Incarnation.

     AI1126.2

    Ciarmac Ua hEtersceóil died.

     AI1126.3

    The bishop Ua Ruadgusa rested in Christ.

     AI1126.4

    Cerball Ua hArrachtáin rested in Christ.

     AI1126.5

    The son of Cerball Ua Ciairmeic died.

     AI1126.6

    Sadb, daughter of Ua Conchobuir Chiarraige, rested in Les Mór after a victory of pilgrimage and penance.

     AI1126.7

    Énna son of Diarmait, king of Laigin, died.

     AI1126.8

    A hosting by Tairdelbach Ua Conchobuir in Laigin, and he took the hostages of Laigin and Uí Cheinnselaig and placed his son in the kingship of Áth Cliath.

     AI1126.9

    An unexpected raid by the Cenél Conaill in Connachta after he (Tairdelbach) had gone.

     AI1126.10

    A great ravaging by the Connachta in Tír Conaill, and they reached Ráith Both.

     AI1126.11

    A raid by Ruaidrí's son himself in Mumu, and he reached Móin Mór and took booty and cattle-spoil.

     AI1126.12

    Ua Dubda, king of Uí Amalgada, was drowned along with the crews of two coracles.

     AI1126.13

    A fleet under the leadership of Ua Muirchertaig, i.e. Muirchertach son of In Finnshúilech, king of Loch Léin, [was sent] by Ruaidrí's son, and he (Ua Muirchertaig) came on Loch Léin.

AI1127
     AI1127.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1127.2

    Cormac, son of Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu, was deposed by the Munstermen themselves, and he entered Les Mór, and much destruction was wrought in his absence.

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     AI1127.3

    A hosting by Ruaidrí's son, and he reached Corcach and took the hostages of Mumu.

     AI1127.4

    Conchobar Ua Briain and Tairdelbach his brother, turned against Ruaidrí's son, and brought Cormac out of Les Mór, and gave him the kingship of Mumu.

     AI1127.5

    Murchad Ua Ségda, In Gilla Manntach Ua Fáilbi, and Cathal Ua Cathuil were slain.

     AI1127.6

    Muirchertach Ua Muirchertaig, king of Loch Léin, two sons of Tadc son of Mac Carthaig, namely Donnchad and Domnall, and Ua Caím were banished to Connachta.

     AI1127.7

    A battle was fought by the Ulaid among themselves, and their two kings, i.e. Ua Mathgamna, and the sons of Donn Sléibe, fell therein, and there was a terrible slaughter of the Ulaid.

     AI1127.8

    A hosting by the son of Mac Lochlainn into Ulaid, and he took hostages from the Ulaid.

     AI1127.9

    Gilla Críst Ua Maíl Eóin, eminent coarb of Ciarán of Cluain Moccu Nóis and candle of generosity and charity of Leth Cuinn, rested in Christ.

     AI1127.10

    Lachtnán, son of Cú Chaille, died.

     AI1127.11

    Gilla Críst Ua Dubda of Cenél Eógain Aelaig died.

     AI1127.12

    Mael Sechnaill Ua Cinaeda was slain.

     AI1127.13

    Muirchertach Ua Cinaeda, royal heir of Uí Liatháin, was slain.

     AI1127.14

    A fleet [was brought] by the son of In Finnshúilech Ua Muirchertaig to Inis Cathaig on behalf of Ruaidrí's son, and they wrecked some of the ships of Mathgamain Ua Conchobuir Chiarraige. And Ua Conchobuir Chorcu Modruad captured one of their ships and killed its crew, incluaing Cathal Crobderg Ua Domnaill, son of the king of Uí Echach, and Senán(?), son of Gollsci, their steersman.

     AI1127.15

    A fleet, also, [was put] on Loch Dergdeirc by Conchobar Ua Briain and by Cormac, son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1127.16

    The slaying of the son of Mac Riabaig, i.e. Ragnall, in Ard Macha by the Airthir(?).

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AI1128
     AI1128.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1128.2

    Aed Ua Cerbaill, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, was treacherously slain by the Uí Manchíne(?) and by the Uí Rusíne.

     AI1128.3

    An expedition by Donnchad, son of Mac Carthaig, the son of In Finnshúilech Ua Muirchertaig, the son of In Dubshúilech Ua Domnaill, Finnguine Ua Caím, and Gerr na Cuinneóc Ua Bric, from Connachta into Ciarraige Luachra. Ua Conchobuir behaved treacherously towards them, and they slew a company of his followers, and got away from his pursuit into Eóganacht Locha Léin. The son of In Finnshúilech stopped there, and Donnchad went into Uí Echach, but they were banished again.

     AI1128.4

    A great slaughter of the men of Tethba and of the Conmaicne by Magnus, son of Mac Lochlainn.

     AI1128.5

    The plundering of Fir Manach, their nobles together with their king being slain by the Cenél Eógain.

     AI1128.6

    The men of Bréifne raided Conaille Muirthemne and plundered Lugmad and the coarb of Patrick.

     AI1128.7

    Áth Truim in Mide, including church, people, and cattle, was burned by Conchobar, son of Mac Lochlainn, in revenge for the undeserved slaying of his fosterbrother by Ua C[a]indelbáin.

AI1129
     AI1129.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundredth and twenty-ninth year from the Incarnation.

     AI1129.2

    Gilla Mo-Chutu Ua Rebacháin, coarb of Mo-Chutu, died.

     AI1129.3

    Mael Brigte Ua Flannáin, the noble senior, rested in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

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     AI1129.4

    Mael Brénainn Ua Rebacháin rested.

     AI1129.5

    Ua in Chrosáin, coarb of Senán, died.

     AI1129.6

    Cellach, coarb of Patrick, rested in Ard Pátraic in Mumu and was buried with honour in Les Mór.

     AI1129.7

    The son of Donnchad Ua hEochada, king of Ulaid, was killed in a house [set] on fire by the Ulaid.

     AI1129.8

    A defeat of the eastern Mide by the men of Fernmag, in which Flann Ua Cellaig, king of Brega, and many others were slain.

     AI1129.9

    A hot summer this year, and the waters of Ireland dried up, and there was a great mortality of beasts and cattle.

     AI1129.10

    A great raid by Conchobar, son of Mac Lochlainn, in Ulaid.

     AI1129.11

    The plundering of Inis Taite by the Ulaid, in which . . .gel, son of Mac Lochlainn, Mac Caíme Ua Flainn, and many others were slain.

     AI1129.12

    A great raiding by the Ulaid in Dál Araide, in which Ua hAmráin was slain at Camus Comgaill.

     AI1129.13

    Death of the king of Ailech, i.e. Magnus, son of Mac Lochlainn.

     AI1129.14

    Mathgamain Ua Briain rested, and was buried in Les Mór Mo-Chutu.

     AI1129.15

    The son of Dub Roa Ua Meic Fhlainn was slain by the Cenél Eógain.

AI1130
     AI1130.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, [and] the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1130.2

    Mac Raith Ua Conchobuir, son of the king of Ciarraige Luachra, was treacherously slain in the termon of Inis Cathaig.

     AI1130.3

    A great crop of nuts . .

     AI1130.4

    The slaying by fire of the son of Cathbarr Ua Domnaill in Cell Mac nÉnáin.

     AI1130.5

    A slaughter of the men of Moray in Alba.

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     AI1130.6

    A battle-rout of the Ulaid by Conchobar, son of Mac Lochlainn, and by the Cenél Eógain, and he [Conchobar] took their hostages in addition to their principal chiefs(?)

AI1159
     AI1159.1

    The bishop Ua Dubchróin, abbot of Cluain Uama, rested in Christ.

AI1160
     AI1160.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon. A bissextile year, the second in the Decemnovennial Cycle, and the one thousandth one hundredth and sixtieth from the Incarnation of the Lord. From the beginning of the world, however, five thousand and ninety-two years.

     AI1160.2

    Conchobar, son of Domnall Ua hAnmchada, was slain by his brother's sons.

     AI1160.3

    Aed Ua hOisin, archbishop of Connachta, rested in Christ.

AI1161
     AI1161.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the first of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundredth and sixty-first year from the Incarnation of the Lord. From the beginning of the world, however, five thousand and ninety-three [years]; the third in the Decemnovennial [Cycle].

     AI1161.2

    Aed Ua Caím was slain by the Tuadmumu.

     AI1161.3

    Aed, son of Amlaíb Ua Donnchada, high-king of Cenél Laegaire and of Eóganacht Locha Léin, was slain on the third of the Kalends of July [June 28]. as regards the solar month, on Wednesday however, as regards the day of the week. Mael Sechnaill son of Cellachán, candle of the valour of Desmumu, was slain in the same place.

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     AI1161.4

    Mael Brénainn Ua Rónain, eminent bishop of the west of Ireland, the celibate, and the most pious and charitable man in the west of Ireland, rested in his sixtieth year(?) on the tenth of the Kalends of October [September 22]., and was buried in Ard Ferta Brénainn.

     AI1161.5

    Domnall son of Mael Muad, king of Cenél Béici and contender for Uí Echach, and his son, were slain by the Uí Mathgamna.

AI1162
     AI1162.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundredth and sixty-second [year].

     AI1162.2

    Donnchad Ua Cinaeda rested in Christ in Cluain Uama.

     AI1162.3

    Donnchad, son of Donnchad, was imprisoned by Cormac's son, and he immediately escaped therefrom.

     AI1162.4

    {Bernard(?), the blessed, {}}

AI1163
     AI1163.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1163.2

    Muirchertach Ua Donnchada {son of Amlaíb Mór Ua Donnchada, king of Eóganacht, was slain {by the Uí Chinaeda}.

     AI1163.3

    The son of Finn Ua Cerbaill, {i.e. of Éile}, was slain.

     AI1163.4

    Murchad Ua Cennétig was slain.

     AI1163.5

    The bishop Ua Laigenáin, coarb of Ailbe, rested in Christ at Imlech Ibuir.

     AI1163.6

    Donnchad son of Donnchad Ua Carthaig, candle of generosity, prowess, and martial action of Desmumu, was treacherously slain by the son of Cormac Ua Carthaig.

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AI1164
     AI1164.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1164.2

    Mael Sechnaill, son of Domnall Ua Carthaig, turned against Cormac's son, and raided In Gilla Caech Ua Ciairmeic, carrying him off into Eóganacht Locha Léin. Cormac's son and the Desmumu assembled to attack him and encamped that night in Grencha. Strife arose among them, and Domnall, son of Domnall, and others were slain. After that they made peace.

     AI1164.3

    Glenn Ága was plundered at that time by Ua Congaile. After that Ua Congaile was plundered, and [they] left him nothing through the miracle of God and Faithlenn.

     AI1164.4

    Tairdelbach Ua Briain [went] on a foray through Druim Fíngein and took away many cows.

     AI1164.5

    The coarb of Ailbe [and] his son were slain.

     AI1164.6

    The coarb of Mo-Laca was slain.

     AI1164.7

    Amlaíb, grandson of Amlaíb Ua Cinn Fhaelad, and his kinsman were slain.

AI1165
     AI1165.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1165.2

    Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach, turned against his father and took the kingship of Tuadmumu. Tairdelbach went to Cell Da Lua, and thence to Les Mór into the house of Cormac's son, and there gave hostages to the latter.

     AI1165.3

    The son of Domnall Ua Carthaig was banished to Laigin.

     AI1165.4

    Conchobar Ua Diarmata was slain.

     AI1165.5

    Donnchad, son of Tadc, son of Domnall, was blinded.

     AI1165.6

    Gilla na Trínóite Ua Dálaig, ollav of Desmumu, was slain.

     AI1165.7

    A great hosting by Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir and by Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach, into Desmumu, and Gilla Ailbi Ua Dedaid was slain by them.

     AI1165.8

    Donnchad, son of Cinnétig Ua Cinn Fhaelad, was slain.

     AI1165.9

    Flaithbertach Ua Domnaill was slain.

     AI1165.10

    Senguala, with its church and many people, was burned.

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AI1166
     AI1166.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1166.2

    An assembly in Les Mór of the clerics of Leth Moga, including the Legate and the other twelve bishops, and they held a synod there, and the church was blessed by them.

     AI1166.3

    Gilla Meic Caiblén Ua hAnmchada, coarb of Brénainn, rested in Christ.

     AI1166.4

    Mael Sechnaill, son of Domnall Ua Carthaig, was slain by Cormac's son.

     AI1166.5

    Eochaid son of Donn Sléibe Ua hEochada, king of Ulaid, was blinded by the son of Mac Lochlainn.

     AI1166.6

    Muirchertach son of Mac Lochlainn, king of Ireland, was slain by Ua Cerbaill and by the Airgialla.

     AI1166.7

    Diarmait son of Mac Murchada, king of Laigin, was banished eastwards over sea, after the foreigners of Áth Cliath and the Laigin had turned against him.

     AI1166.8

    Ferna was burned.

     AI1166.9

    Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir took the kingship of Ireland.

     AI1166.10

    {Cardinal John came to Ireland}.

AI1167
     AI1167.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1167.2

    Diarmait Mac Murchada returned from overseas, and Uí Cheinnselaig was taken by him.

AI1168
     AI1168.1

    Kl. Muirchertach {Dúin na Sgiath}, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, was slain by Conchobar {Slapar Salach}, grandson of Conchobar {Ua Briain}, and that same Conchobar was slain on the third day after that by Ua Faeláin, {i.e. [by] Mael Sechnaill and his son}. And much slaughter was also inflicted by the Tuadmumu on one another.

     AI1168.2

    Énna, son of Mac Murchada, was blinded by the Osraige.

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     AI1168.3

    The bishop Ua Cerbaill rested in Christ in Les Mór.

     AI1168.4

    Domnall, son of Tairdelbach, took the kingship of Tuadmumu.

     AI1168.5

    In Gilla Lethderg Ua Conchobuir, {i.e. of Corcu Modruad}, was slain.

     AI1168.6

    Brian, son of Tairdelbach Ua Briain, was blinded by Domnall Ua Briain.

AI1169
     AI1169.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1169.2

    Donnchad Ua Cerbaill, king of Airgialla, died.

     AI1169.3

    Donnchad, son of Mael Sechnaill, son of Cellachán, was slain.

     AI1169.4

    Murchad Ua Donnchada, {i.e. son of Amlaíb Mór}, died {a year after he had been wounded by Ua Muirchertaig. He (Murchad) had come against him on a foray, together with the Uí Churnáin, to Es Cumair}.

     AI1169.5

    Diarmait Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Mide, was slain by Domnall Bregach Ua Maíl Shechnaill.

AI1170
     AI1170.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the tenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1170.2

    A great slaughter of the foreigners of Port Láirge by the oversea fleet.

     AI1170.3

    Port Láirge was plundered by the oversea men, and they seized lands there. The Desmumu and Cormac's son assembled and inflicted a slaughter upon them. Cathal Ua Donnchada {i.e. son of Amlaíb Mór: by him was first fortified Ailén Maíl Anfaid(?), for he held the kingship of Uí Echach,and there were given to him before he was killed, the lands of Domnall his brother, and of Muiredach Ua Muirchertaig, viz. the two Eóganacht. For it was the grandson of Cormac himself who fostered him, after he had been banished, and thus(?) they came to {} him to {} [and] his fosterfather gave his lands to him. and Ragnall Ua Rígbardáin, and the son of Ímar Ua Cathail were slain there by the oversea men.

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     AI1170.4

    Mac Murchada and the same foreigners plundered Áth Cliath. All Mide, both church and lay property, was also plundered and burned by the oversea men.

     AI1170.5

    Great warfare between Tuadmumu and Connachta.

AI1171
     AI1171.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1171.2

    Diarmait Mac Murchada, king of Laigin, died.

     AI1171.3

    Domnall Ua Fócarta was slain.

     AI1171.4

    Aed Manach Ua Ruairc was slain in battle by the grey foreigners.

     AI1171.5

    The son of the Empress came to Ireland and landed at Port Láirge. The son of Cormac and the son of Tairdelbach submitted to him there, and he proceeded thence to Áth Cliath and remained there during the winter.

     AI1171.6

    Petrus, bishop of Cluain Ferta Brénainn, was drowned in the Sinann on the sixth of the Kalends of January [December 27]..

AI1172
     AI1172.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1172.2

    Very bad weather this year, which killed the greater part of the cattle of Ireland.

     AI1172.3

    The grandson of Domnall Ua Briain was slain by the son of Ua Conaing in Cluain Comarda.

     AI1172.4

    Tigernan Ua Ruairc was slain by the foreigners.

     AI1172.5

    Gilla Aeda the bishop, the most pious man in Ireland, rested in Christ.

     AI1172.6

    Muiredach, son of Cellachan, died.

AI1173
     AI1173.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1173.2

    A great pestilence this year, which killed a great number of people.

     p.307
     AI1173.3

    The bishop Ua Meic Stia, coarb of Ailbe {the blessed}, rested in Christ.

     AI1173.4

    Les Mór was plundered by the grey foreigners.

     AI1173.5

    Cathal Ua Domnaill and Torgar's son were also slain by the same foreigners.

     AI1173.6

    Tadc Ua Cuirc was slain by foreigners.

     AI1173.7

    {Domnall Bregach Ua Maíl Shechnaill, king of Mide, was slain by Art Ua Maíl Shechnaill.

     AI1173.8

    Item. The order of Templars and Hospitallers is confirmed by the lord Pope}.

AI1174
     AI1174.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1174.2

    Gilla Meic Liac, coarb of Patrick, rested in Christ.

     AI1174.3

    A hosting by the grey foreigners, and they came into Éile. Domnall Ua Briain and the Tuadmumu assembled [against them] at Durlas Ua Fócarta, and a battle was fought between them, in which the grey foreigners were defeated, seven hundred or somewhat more being slain.

     AI1174.4

    The Constable of Port Láirge with two hundred others fell at the hands of the foreigners of the fort itself.

     AI1174.5

    {Gilla Meic Liac, i.e. coarb of Patrick, rested in Christ.

     AI1174.6

    Item. Thomas the Blessed, suffered, and in the same year the English came to Ireland, the Year of Our Lord 1174}.

AI1175
     AI1175.1

    Third [after Bissextile]. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fifth of the moon thereon.

     AI1175.2

    A hosting by Domnall Ua Briain into Eóganacht Locha Léin, and thence into Ciarraige, and he plundered the churches of Ciarraige.

     AI1175.3

    Tadc Ua Briain's son and Mathgamain Ua Briain were blinded by Domnall Ua Briain.

     AI1175.4

    Cormac's son was taken captive by his own son but was immediately released, hostages [being given] on his behalf, and his own land was afterwards recovered by him.

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     AI1175.5

    Ímar, son of Mael Muad, was slain.

     AI1175.6

    The grey foreigners attacked Luimnech.

     AI1175.7

    Donnchad Ua Conchobuir Chiarraige, {i.e. of Druim Ultair}, was slain.

AI1176
     AI1176.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1176.2

    Mael Dúin Ua Clothna rested in Christ.

     AI1176.3

    The grey foreigners, the son of Mac Murchada, and Ua Gilla Pátraic came from Áth Cliath to Luimnech, and thence to Muscraige Aeda, and they plundered Belach Átha and Cúil Emni. Cormac's son made peace with them, and they left the hostages of Desmumu with him.

     AI1176.4

    Cormac's song was taken captive by his own son, and Conchobar Ua Domnaill, {i.e. the father of Domnall Mór}, Mac Raith Ua Súilliubáin, Gilla [na] Naem Ua Duinn Shléibe, and many others with them were slain.

     AI1176.5

    Cormac took the kingship of Desmumu.

     AI1176.6

    The grey foreigners left Luimnech, and it was razed immediately afterwards by she Tuadmumu.

     AI1176.7

    Cormac son of Diarmait Ua Carthaig, high-king of Desmumu, was treacherously slain by the nobles thereof, and by Cathal Odar and Conchobar Ua Donnchada together with the Uí Shúilliubáin}, and his father reigned after him. {

    1. Mac Carthaig, who is entitled to land,
      Let him not attack me(?)
      Concerning a henchman(?), Cathal Odar,
      {} a shaking on Conchobar.
    Domnall Remar Ua Donnchada composed this on hearing that Eóganacht, i.e. the tanist's land, had been given to Cathal Odar}.

     AI1176.8

    Machar Ua Finnmacáin rested in Christ.

     AI1176.9

    Corc Ua Muirchertaig was slain.

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AI1177
     AI1177.1

    First [after Bissextile]. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon.

     AI1177.2

    Corcach was invaded by the grandson of Domnall Ua Carthaig and by grey foreigners, and was besieged by Miles de Cogan and by FitzStephen. One of their companies made an expedition to Achad Deó, spent two days and two nights in it, and from there proceeded again to Corcach. After that they went to attack Port Láirge, but the Gaedil assembled against them to the east of Les Mór, and they were almost all slain.

     AI1177.3

    Great warfare this year between Tuadmumu and Desmumu, and from Luimnech to Corcach and from Clár Doire Mór to Cnoc Brénainn was laid waste, both church and lay property. And the Uí Meic Caille and the Uí Liatháin came into the west of Ireland, and the Eóganacht Locha Léin came as far as Férdruim in Uí Echach, the Ciarraige Luachra into Tuadmumu, and the Uí Chonaill and Uí Chairpri as far as Eóganacht Locha Léin.

     AI1177.4

    An expedition by Domnall Ua Donnchada, {i.e. the son of Amlaíb Mór Ua Donnchada, king of Uí Echach and champion of larmumu}, and by Cuilén Ua Cuiléin with the nobles of Desmumu to raid In Machaire, and they took away many cows. Peace was afterwards made by the son of Mac Carthaig and by the Uí Briain.

AI1178
     AI1178.1

    Second [after Bissextile]. The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1178.2

    Conchobar Ua Donnchada was slain, {i.e. by Domnall, his own brother}.

     AI1178.3

    Muirchertach, grandson of Domnall Ua Carthaig, was treacherously slain by Ua hEtersceóil {in Móin Cluana Cuarbáin and Hector(?)

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     AI1178.4

    Domnall {Mór} Ua Donnchada, king of Eóganacht and Uí Echach, was slain {by the Uí Chinaeda . }.

     AI1178.5

    Lochlainn Ua Cinaeda, king of Eóganacht, was slain {by Amlaíb Óc; and it was Ua Ciaruidir(?) who took him out of the choirs of Inis Faithlinn and brought him singlehanded(?) to Amlaíb Óc}.

     AI1178.6

    Cormac, son of Mael Sechnaill son of Domnall Ua Carthaig, was slain.

     AI1178.7

    {Aed Ua Nochtáin rested in Christ}.

AI1179
     AI1179.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1179.2

    The son of Finn Ua hEtersceóil was slain.

     AI1179.3

    Ard Ferta Brénainn was burned.

     AI1179.4

    {Muirchertach Ua Briain was drowned; and the noxious snow [fell] this year}.

AI1180
     AI1180.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the first day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundredth and eightieth year from the Incarnation of Our Lord; from the beginning of the world, however, five thousand one hundred and nine [years].

     AI1180.2

    There was committed in this year a deed which greatly vexed the clergy of all Ireland, namely, the plundering of Inis Faithlinn by Mael Dúin, son of Domnall Ua Donnchada, and the carrying off by him of all the worldly wealth therein, which was under the protection of its saints, clerics, and consecrated churches. He collected, indeed, the gold, silver, trappings(?), mantles, and cloaks of Iarmumu, without any respect for God or man, but the mercy of God did not allow him to kill people or to strip this heavenly place of church furnishings or books.

     AI1180.3

    Ard Ferta Brénainn was plundered by the Clann Charthaig, and they carried off all the livestock they found therein. They put many good people to death inside its sanctuary and graveyard; but, indeed, God avenged that, for a large number of those plunderers were forthwith slain.

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     AI1180.4

    Conchobar Ua Cellaig, i.e. king of Uí Maine, was slain.

     AI1180.5

    Muirgius Ua hEidin, i.e. king of Uí Fhiachrach, was slain.

AI1181
     AI1181.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon.

     AI1181.2

    Muirchertach, son of Tadc son of Cellachán, was slain and his brother Murchad, was blinded.

     AI1181.3

    The legate Ua Tuathail rested in Christ.

     AI1181.4

    A battle between the Connachta and the Cenél Conaill, in which many nobles of the Connachta fell.

     AI1181.5

    {Item. Saint Lorcán Ua Tuathail, the archbishop, rested in Christ, A.D. 1181}.

AI1189
     AI1189.1

    {} and a great slaughter was inflicted there; and the castle of Tipra Fachtna also, and the castles of the whole of the Déisi and of Osraige.

     AI1189.2

    Cuilén Ua Cuiléin and Ua Faeláin went to Les Mór and razed its castle, and three or four score were slain there. The Déisi, the whole of Osraige, and Cluain Uama were devastated, and a great slaughter [was inflicted] on the foreigners this year.

     AI1189.3

    A battle was fought by Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, and by Cuilén Ua Cuiléin {at Sifin Uí Fhlainn(?) and that battle was fought under the conduct of the Uí Meic Thíre and of Lochlainn's son on both sides}, and Cuilén was slain. Diarmait Ua Meic Thíre, Fíngen Ua Caím and his brother Muirchertach, and many other nobles of Uí Chonaill, both chieftains and warriors, [were also slain]. {Mael Sechlainn son of Lochlainn {} also there.

     AI1189.4

    Conchobar Maenmuige, king of Connachta, was slain by Magnus Ua Fínnechta, and by the sons of Cathal son of Diarmait, and by Aed, son of Brian.

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     AI1189.5

    Conchobar of Uí Diarmata was afterwards slain.

     AI1189.6

    Great warfare and sickness and much bad weather this year.

     AI1189.7

    Amlaíb Ua Fáilbi was slain.

AI1190
     AI1190.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1190.2

    The grey foreigners went on a foray to Durrus and took a great prey from it. Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, and the Desmumu caught up with them, and routed them. Two hundred of the foreigners were slain there around the son of Cenn Cuilinn, and the prey was turned back.

     AI1190.3

    In Simón died this year.

     AI1190.4

    A good peace this year between Tuadmumu and Desmumu.

AI1191
     AI1191.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1191.2

    Muirchertach, son of Cathal Odar, was treacherously slain by the grey foreigners.

     AI1191.3

    The abbot Mac Muige rested in Christ.

     AI1191.4

    Violent wind this year, and it blew down churches, houses, and woods, and caused great mortality of people and of the stock of the men of Ireland.

     AI1191.5

    The bishop Ua Muirchertaig rested in Christ.

AI1192
     AI1192.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1192.2

    The bishop Ua Mongaig rested in Christ.

     AI1192.3

    The Legateship of Ireland was given to Ua hÉnne, and he convened a great synod in Áth Cliath, with the nobles of Ireland around him. And this year Imlech [Ibuir] with its church was burned.

     AI1192.4

    A great slaughter of the foreigners by Ua Briain in the battle of Durlas Ua Fócarta.

     AI1192.5

    Many castles were built this year against the men of Mumu, and there were great and frequent raids by foreigners on Tuadmumu.

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     AI1192.6

    Mathgamain Ua Muirchertaig, son of Muiredach, was slain by the Uí Echach.

     AI1192.7

    In the same year also, Fíngen, son of Mac Carthaig, forsook the Church for secular life against the advice of monks and clergy.

AI1193
     AI1193.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, [and] the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1193.2

    The castle of Brí Uis was built by the foreigners with the consent of Ua Briain, as some say, and to injure Desmumu therefrom.

     AI1193.3

    Domnall Ua Connairche, bishop of Iarmumu, rested in Christ.

     AI1193.4

    Cathal Odar, son of Cellachán son of Mac Carthaigh, and many others were treacherously slain this year by Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1193.5

    In Brec Ua Muirchertaig was treacherously slain by his kinsman.

AI1194
     AI1194.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1194.2

    Fíngen, son of Mac Carthaig, turned against his kinsman, and his kinsman took him prisoner immediately after the last raid which he made on Ciarraige and Ua hAeda.

     AI1194.3

    Domnall Ua Briain, king of Mumu, died this year, and his son took the kingship immediately after him.

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     AI1194.4

    Muirchertach, son of Domnall Ua Briain, was treacherously blinded by the foreigners.

     AI1194.5

    Tadc, son of Mathgamain Ua Briain, was put to death by the foreigners in Caisel, despite the protection of the legate and Patrick.

     AI1194.6

    Gilla Ailbi Ua Caím and his kinsman were slain by the foreigners through the connivance of Mac Carthaig's sons.

AI1195
     AI1195.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1195.2

    In the above year Cathal Crobderg, king of Connachta, came to Mumu and demolished many castles, but they were renovated again. And everyone expected that he would destroy all the foreigners on that expedition, and he arranged to come again, but he did not come.

     AI1195.3

    In the same year Philip of Worcester came again from oversea.

     AI1195.4

    In the same year Ua Conaing, bishop of Cell Da Lua, died, after he had been banished by the legate from his diocese. He died in the house of Ua Briain's daughter and was buried in Corcach.

     AI1195.5

    A great yield of mast this year generally.

     AI1195.6

    Repose of Domnall Ua Finn, abbot of Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI1196
     AI1196.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-seventh of the moon thereon. The one thousandth one hundredth and ninety-sixth year from the Incarnation of the Lord.

     AI1196.2

    Donnchad Ua Donnocáin was slain by Ua Briain, {i.e. Donnchad}, through the connivance of Fíngen, son of Mac Carthaig (May God avenge that deed !); and he (Ua Briain) was afterwards preyed upon and imprisoned by his kinsman, i.e. by Conchobar Ruad.

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     AI1196.3

    Muirchertach, son of Cennétig Ua Briain, was slain by his companion.

     AI1196.4

    Many nobles of Desmumu died this year, viz., Mac Con Ua hEtersceóil, Gilla na Flann Ua Súilliubáin, Gerr Uille, the daughter of Ua Bruadair, namely Mór, and many others.

     AI1196.5

    A prey [was taken] by Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, from the castle of Cell Fiacla, and eight of the foreigners were slain by him, and two of their nobles taken prisoner. After that he demolished the castles of Uí Meic Caille, slaying a company of their people.

     AI1196.6

    A great hosting by the foreigners to the south of Ireland, and they directed their forays and ransacking against Férdruim. A great slaughter [was inflicted] on them by the Desmumu in the absence of the son of Mac Carthaig, and nobles of the latter (Desmumu) were also slain, i.e. Corc Ua Muirchertaig, Gilla Mo-Choinne Ua Cétfada, the son of Buadach Ua Súilliubáin, and many others. After that the foreigners turned back without [making] foray or ransack, and the foreigners of Corcach thereupon burned the sanctuary and the cave, lest they should be occupied by the Desmumu. A company of bowmen, moreover, was sent by Ua Conchobuir Chonnacht to Desmumu to succour it, and the Desmumu themselves made a great muster for the purpose of destroying Corcach, but Domnall did not permit [it], having being dissuaded by {} by bad counsel. The foreigners then came with a fresh hosting against Domnall, and they destroyed nothing, but made peace and put him in control of his own town.

AI1197
     AI1197.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon. The first year of the Decemnovennial Cycle.

     AI1197.2

    Repose of the bishop and abbot of Imlech Ibuir, namely, Ragnall Ua Flainn Chua.

     AI1197.3

    Conchobar Ruad turned against his brother and  p.325 brought foreigners into Tuadmumu. They plundered Tuadmumu, both church and lay property, inflicting a great slaughter on its people, including Cú Meda Mac Con Mara, Conchobar Ua Cuinn, and many others.

     AI1197.4

    A great hosting this year by the foreigners into Desmumu, and they came to Durrus. They did no great damage beyond burning churches, and they turned back again.

     AI1197.5

    Gilla Pátraic Ua hÍmuir, a celibate and noble priest, archdeacon and coarb of Faithlenn, head of a community, chief in piety, charity, and wisdom, and founder and assembler of every church property, including a clerical community, books, and utensils, ended his life on the fourteenth of the Kalends of January [December 19]. in the seventieth year of his age.

     AI1197.6

    The abbot Ua hAnrotháin rested in Christ.

AI1198
     AI1198.1

    Second [after Bissextile]. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon.

     AI1198.2

    Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir died in Cunga. {He had held the kingship of Ireland for a period}.

     AI1198.3

    The castle of Ard Pátraic was built by the foreigners.

     AI1198.4

    Muirchertach, son of Domnall Ua Briain, was banished by his own kinsman, namely, by Conchobar Ruad, and he (Conchobar Ruad) took the kingship after him.

     AI1198.5

    Ua Longáin of Uí Meic Caille was slain this same year by Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, at the instigation of Richard de Carew. {Hence the saying {}: . to Uí Longáin }.

     AI1198.6

    The abbot Ua Cennétig rested in Christ.

AI1199
     AI1199.1

    Third [after Bissextile]. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the first of the moon thereon.

     AI1199.2

    Richard de Carew died.

     AI1199.3

    Domnall Ua Grifín, i.e. coarb of Cú Minn, died.

     AI1199.4

    The castle of Es Geiphtíne was built by the foreigners.

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     AI1199.5

    Great warfare this year by the foreigners against Desmumu, and from the Sinann to Férdruim was devastated as a result.

     AI1199.6

    A great crop of mast and fruit this year in Desmumu.

     AI1199.7

    Muirchertach, son of Domnall Ua Briain, was taken prisoner by the foreigners in the same year.

     AI1199.8

    {Donnchad, son of Ruaidrí Ua Conchobuir, was slain by the foreigners of Luimnech}.

AI1200
     AI1200.1

    Bissextile. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. The one thousandth two hundredth year from the Incarnation of Our Lord; the third of the Indiction; the fourth of the Decemnovennial [Cycle]; has three as the epact, six as the concurrent, and is a bissextile year.

     AI1200.2

    Muirchertach Ua Muirchertaig, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, was taken prisoner by Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1200.3

    Glenn Ága was plundered by the foreigners.

     AI1200.4

    A skirmish between the Ciarraige and the Eóganacht Locha Léin, and Corc Ua Muirchertaig's son was slain therein, the Ciarraige being routed and a slaughter inflicted on them.

     AI1200.5

    A vast crop of mast and apples in abundance this year.

     AI1200.6

    The foreigners took the kingship of Connachta, and Catlhal Crobderg was banished, and Cathal Carrach installed by them.

     AI1200.7

    Muirchertach Ua Briain was released this year {by the foreigners.

     AI1200.8

    Item. Gerald, son of Maurice, died in the above year.

     AI1200.9

    Domnall Mac Carthaig brought a hosting into Uí Chairpri, and the Cairprig, Múscraige, Cenél Aeda, Bárraid Ruada, and Bárraid Óca assembled [against him]. Domnall turned upon them, and he, the best king of his time, was slain there with many others.

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AI1201
     AI1201.1

    [A.D.] I20I} . The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1201.2

    Mór, daughter of Tadc Ua Briain [and] queen of Mumu, died.

     AI1201.3

    Anad Ua Súilliubáin died.

     AI1201.4

    Diarmait, son of Mathgamain Ua Briain, died.

     AI1201.5

    Cú Dub Ua Fáilbi was slain by Ua Muirchertaig.

     AI1201.6

    Finnguine (Mór) Ua Caím, king of Fir Muige, died in the same year.

     AI1201.7

    Gerald, son of Maurice, died this year.

     AI1201.8

    The coarb of Patrick, i.e. Tomaltach Ua Conchobuir, rested in Ard Macha.

     AI1201.9

    Cadla Ua Dubthaig, i.e. archbishop of Connachta, rested in Cunga Feíchín.

     AI1201.10

    Great warfare between Philip of Worcester and Mac Uilliam Hebreus and other foreigners, the greater part of Mag Feimin being devastated.

     AI1201.11

    The greater part of the corn crop of Desmumu was laid waste in the same year.

     AI1201.12

    A mighty hosting this year in Desmumu by William and other foreigners, together with the royalty of all Mumu, i.e. including Muirchertach Ua Briain, Conchobar Ruad, and Donnchad Cairprech, and many others, and their plundering parties were sent against Múscraige Mittaine, and they committed great depredations. They proceeded thence to Cenn Eich, spent a week there, and made great raids and burned corn crops in every place they came to. Furthermore, Amlaíb Ua Donnubáin, king of Uí Chairpri, was slain by them, and one of their companies, including Jocelyn's son and many others, was also slain. After that they turned back, having made peace with the opposing forces, and the legate and the other bishops came to make the peace, and hostages and a great levy of cows were given to them (the foreigners). William was in Corcach for the greater part of the winter after his army had preceded him, but he himself departed later on.

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     AI1201.13

    {The Order of Preachers was established this year.

     AI1201.14

    Item. Cathal Carrach Ua Conchobuir was slain}.

AI1202
     AI1202.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, [and] the fourth day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth two hundredth and second year from the Incarnation of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the sixth in the Decemnovennial Cycle, fifth of the Indiction, with twenty-five as the epact, and one as the concurrent.

     AI1202.2

    A great hosting by William into Desmumu as far as Corcach, and he brought hostages, cess, and tribute from Desmumu to Luimnech. Accompanied by the nobles of Munster, he proceeded then into Connachta, and they slew Cathal Carrach Ua Conchobuir and gave the kingship to Cathal Crobderg. Subsequently Ua Conchobuir and the nobles of Connachta turned against William, inflicting a great slaughter on him, but he himself (William) escaped from it in defeat. And all those of his followers who were in In Machaire and in Mag Feimin were plundered.

     AI1202.3

    The son of the bishop Ua hUrmoltaig rested in Ros Ailithir.

     AI1202.4

    Mac Techthecháin's son, coarb of Senán, rested in Senguala.

     AI1202.5

    Ragnall Ua Meic Thíre was treacherously slain by his kinsman, i.e. by Lochlainn Ua Meic Thíre.

     1202.6

    Eógan Ua Faeláin was treacherously slain by his kinsman, i.e. by Ruaidrí Ua Faeláin.

     1202.7

    The cardinal of the successor of Peter came this year to reform the men of Ireland.

AI1203
     AI1203.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1203.2

    William went on a great hosting to Connachta and laid it waste. He entered Mílec, built a castle around the church, made a blockhouse of the church, and remained therein eating meat during Lent. He came thence to  p.333 Luimnech without hostile encounter save that. Conchobar Ruad was subsequently taken prisoner by William, who had him sent to Luimnech, but Aed Ua hAichir came and took him out of Luimnech. Conchobar (Ruad) then came on a foray against Muirchertach Ua Briain, his brother, and was slain by the latter on that foray.

     AI1203.3

    The justiciar, i.e. Maeler Mór, and the foreigners of Ireland made a great hosting to Luimnech against William so that he might be subdued by them. They besieged him [there], while he was on the other side, in Luimnech, taking [possession of] it. Nevertheless, William was forcibly overcome, and he submitted to Maeler, the justiciar. Cathal Crobderg and three battalions of the Connachta also came to attack William, and Muirchertach Ua Briain and Tuadmumu turned against him [as well], and they all surrendered their hostages to Maeler the justiciar. Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, meanwhile stood by. Nevertheless, he made a great raid on Ua Cuiléin and plundered the greater part of all Uí Chonaill.

     AI1203.4

    Art Corb Ua Faeláin, king of the Déisi, died this year.

     AI1203.5

    Mael Étaín Ua Duib Rátha, noble priest of Ard Mór, died after finishing the building of the church of Ard Mór.

     AI1203.6

    The bishop Ua Carmacáin rested in Christ in Cluain Ferta Brénainn.

AI1204
     AI1204.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon. Easter was on the seventh of the Kalends of May [April 25]., and Low Sunday on the sixth of the nones [2nd] of May, the second day of Summer. And the men of Ireland marvelled that it was so, and said that they themselves never experienced the like.

     AI1204.2

    A very severe pestilence in the above year, and houses were emptied in Mide, Laigin, Áth Cliath, Cell Dara, Ferna Maedóc, Cell Chainnig, and in Maethal Brócáin in the Déisi, and it reached Ailén Maíl Anfaid and killed a large number of the seniors of the community, including the abbot Ua Lígda, i.e. Niall.

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     AI1204.3

    The bishop Mac Gilla Cellaig rested in Christ.

     AI1204.4

    Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, fought a battle against the grey foreigners at Bern Meic Ímuir and inflicted a great slaughter on them this year.

     AI1204.5

    The priest Ua Maíl Chíge [died] in Inis Faithlinn.

     AI1204.6

    The priest Ua hEóir, son of the erenagh of Inis Faithlinn, rested in Christ.

     AI1204.7

    {The Order of the Friars Minor was established, and their rules given and confirrned}.

AI1205
     AI1205.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the seventh day of the moon thereon.

     AI1205.2

    The bishop Ua Selbaig rested in Christ in Corcach.

     AI1205.3

    Cellachán son of Mac Carthaig, i.e. the son of Cathal Odar, was slain by the mounted horse of Domnall, son of Mac Carthaig, i.e. by the followers of Donnocán and by Ua Donnubáin of Uí Chairpri.

     AI1205.4

    The bishop Ua Súilliubáin, bishop of Cluain, rested in Christ in Les Mór.

     AI1205.5

    Murchad Ua Donnchada, {i.e. son of Murchad, son of Amlaíb}, king of Eóganacht Locha Léin, battler and champion of the honour and valour of all Munstermen, died this year.

AI1206
     AI1206.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1206.2

    The bishop Ua hAeda died on the roadside on Sliab Cua.

     AI1206.3

    The archbishop Ua hÉnni rested in Christ.

     AI1206.4

    Domnall Ua Faeláin, king of the Déisi, died in Corcach on the hosting of the justiciar.

     AI1206.5

    The castle of Corcach was built by the foreigners.

     AI1206.7

    Lochlainn, son of Diarmait Ua Meic Thíre, was treacherously slain in Cluain Uama by Diarmait, son of Mac Carthaig.

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     AI1206.7

    Domnall son of Mac Carthaig, high-king of Mumu, died in Corr Tige Meic Urmainn this year on the Kalends of December as regards the day of the solar month, and on Friday as regards the day of the week. It was he, of all the contemporary kings of Ireland, who was most feared by the foreigners and by the Gaedil. During the twenty years he held the kingship, he never submitted to a foreigner; and though an army of foreigners and Gaedil often came against him, he gave them at times no more than was due, while at other times he gave them nothing. And it was he who slew the speckled kerne led by Geoffrey de Cogan, the most hated kerne that ever was in Ireland, and he flayed this Geoffrey. And it was he who inflicted the rout of Inis Eóganáin, and also that of Cell Mo-Chomóc, and the rout of Bern Meic Ímuir, and who successfully attacked the castles of Les Mór, Dún Cuireda, In Cora, and Mag Ua Mairgili, and the castles of all Uí Meic Caille. {By him nine justiciars were slain and twenty-one battles fought in Mumu}, and many other exploits performed.

     AI1206.8

    Fíngen, son of Mac Carthaig, took the kingship forthwith, and he held that kingship only from the Kalends of December until the Kalends of February.

     AI1206.9

    Diarmait, son of Mac Carthaig, followed by Donnchad Cairprech Ua Briain, Ua Mathgamna, and all the Desmumu from that on, immediately turned against Fíngen, and the whole of Desmumu was destroyed by them and by the grey foreigners.

AI1207
     AI1207.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon.

     AI1207.2

    {Dáuíd Ua Duib Díthrib, bishop of Iarmumu, rested in Christ.

     AI1207.3

    The castle of Dún Lóich was built.

    Les Mór with its churches was burned.

AI1208
     AI1208.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the tenth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1208.2

    The priest Ua Cuanacháin died this year in Cluain Uama on a pilgrimage.

     p.339
     AI1208.3

    Ua Maíl Fhábaill of Muscraige was slain by Mac na Sethar Ua B{} through enmity.

     AI1208.4

    Gilla Colmáin Ua Riacáin, a noble priest of the community of Cluain Uama, died in Inis Faithlinn after a victory of piety, pilgrimage, and great tribulation.

AI1209
     AI1209.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1209.2

    A hosting was made by Fíngen, son of Mac Carthaig, to Comán Cairrchi, and Ua Muirchertaig submitted to him. Fíngen had then a naval force on a circuit in Uí Ráthach, and they went into Dairbre, killed many thousands of cattle there, and put to death numerous people.

     AI1209.3

    Fíngen son of Mac Carthaig, high-king of Desmumu, was treacherously slain by the Uí Shúilliubáin. Diarmait, son of Mac Carthaig, took the kingship forthwith.

     AI1209.4

    Domnall Ua Rinn died this year.

     AI1209.5

    The foreign bishop was slain.

     AI1209.6

    {Fíngen, son of Fíngen Mac Carthaig, was slain by the foreigners of Corcach}.

AI1210
     AI1210.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the second day of the moon thereon.

     AI1210.2

    The king of England came to Ireland, and he accomplished little in Ireland apart from taking the hostages of Ua Conchobuir with him oversea and [securing] liberation for Muirchertach Ua Briain and the kingship of Tuadmumu for Donnchad Cairprech Ua Briain. Ua Néill, as well as Ua Conchobuir, submitted to the king of England, but two or three of the nobles of the foreigners were held by his followers as a guarantee of his safe return from the king. Messengers came to him (Ua Néill) to his house to seek hostages, and he said: “Depart, O foreigners”, “I will give you no hostages at all this time”. The foreigners departed, and he gave no hostages to the king.

 p.341
AI1211
     AI1211.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1211.2

    Diarmait son of Mac Carthaig, {i.e. the son of Domnall}, was taken prisoner by the Sheriff in Corcach, and Donnchad Ua Meic Tíre was slain by the same foreigners.

     AI1211.3

    The son of Donnchad, son of Mac Carthaig, was blinded by Cormac Liathánach.

     AI1211.4

    Cormac Ciarraigech was blinded by the Sheriff in Corcach after he had been handed over by the Uí Shúilliubáin.

     AI1211.5

    Magnus Ua Caím was slain by grey foreigners.

AI1212
     AI1212.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon.

     AI1212.2

    The kingship was taken forthwith by Cormac Liathánach, son of Mac Carthaig.

     AI1212.3

    Mac na Sethar Ua Flainn was slain by Cormac Liathánach.

     AI1212.4

    Domnall Ua Donnchada was slain by foreigners in the middle of Ua Muiredaig's stronghold. Muirchertach Ua Donnchada was [also] slain by the same foreigners, after he had been handed over by Ua Conchobuir, his own son-in-law. {These were two sons of Domnall Mór, and it was Aed, son of Conchobuir, who betrayed them}.

     AI1212.5

    Diarmait was once more set at liberty, and he and the Sheriff despoiled all Desmumu, spending twenty nights in Durrus. Cormac was in Inis Faithlinn during that time, and they departed again for Corcach. Cormac again came to collect the tributes(?) of Desmumu.

AI1213
     AI1213.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1213.2

    Ua Mathgamna was taken prisoner by Cormac {Liathánach}.

     p.343
     AI1213.3

    Aed Ua hEtersceóil was slain by his own people.

     AI1213.4

    {Donnchad Ua Mathgamna and Thomas, son of Maurice, died}.

AI1214
     AI1214.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the sixteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1214.2

    Muirchertach, son of Brian, was slain by the Sheriff and by Diarmait, son of Mac Carthaig.

AI1216
     AI1216.1

    This is the nearest Kalend you find(?) {} and the Kalend which follows the nineteenth, the Kalend of the year in which Séfraid Ó Donnchada's house was burned {} little between them.

     AI1216.2

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon. The one thousandth two hundredth and sixteenth year from the Incarnation of the Lord.

     AI1216.3

    Death of the lord Pope Innocent.

     AI1216.4

    {A hosting by Tadc Mac Carthaig into Uí Meic Caille, and he took away cattle and stock, and the foreigners did him no hurt}.

AI1217
     AI1217.1

    The Kalends on Saturday. A.D. 1217.

     AI1217.2

    The king of England died, and the son of the king of France came to England.

     AI1217.3

    {A hosting by the same Tadc into Uí Meic Caille, and his vanguard reached the Third of Corcach Bec and Cluain}.

AI1218
     AI1218.1

    The Kalends on Sunday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon. A.D. 1218.

     AI1218.2

    Mór, daughter of Ó Briain [and] queen of Connachta, i.e. wife of Cathal Crobderg, died.

AI1219
     AI1219.1

    The Kalends on Monday. [A.D.] 1219.

     AI1219.2

    Diarmait, son of Domnall Mac Carthaig, captured Henry Butler's castle in Tech Mo-Laga and took his hostages from it.

AI1220
     AI1220.1

    The Kalends [of January] on Tuesday. [A.D.] 1220.

AI1221
     AI1221.1

    The Kalends [of January] on Wednesday, and the first of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1221.

     AI1221.2

    James, the legate, came to Ireland.

     AI1221.3

    A hosting by Geoffrey Marisco into Desmumu, and he encamped at Áth na hUama, destroyed the corn crop of the whole country, and built the castle of Mag Rátha.

AI1222
     AI1222.1

    The Kalends [of January] on Thursday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1222.

     AI1222.2

    A great wind throughout Ireland, and it wrecked houses, churches, and great woods, and sank many ships, and it was known as the great wind.

     AI1222.3

    Death of Edmund, bishop of Cell Da Lua.

AI1223
     AI1223.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1223.

     AI1223.1

    The bishops of Ros, Cluain Uama, Ferna, Cell Dara, and Port Láirge died.

     AI1223.2

    The son of Donnchad Connachtach Ó Cuiléin was slain in Tuadmumu by the Uí Chairpri.

     AI1223.3

    The archbishop Ó Lonbrogáin voluntarily quitted his archbishopric, and Mairin Ó Briain from Corcach was elected in his stead.

AI1224
     AI1224.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1224.

     AI1224.1

    Cathal Crobderg, king of Connachta, died.

AI1225
     AI1225.1

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1225.

     AI1225.2

    Ó Néill, king of Cenél Eógain, came to Connachta with Ruaidrí's son, and they devastated the whole of Connachta, and Ó Néill departed, leaving the kingship  p.347 with Tairdelbach, son of Ruaidrí. However, Aed, son of Cathal, came and gave a large stipend to the foreigners, drove Ruaidrí's song from his land, and himself took the kingship.

AI1226
     AI1226.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1226.

     AI1226.1

    Francis the Blessed, died on the nones [7th] of October.

     AI1226.2

    Pope Honorius rested in Christ.

AI1227
     AI1227.1

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1227.

AI1228
     AI1228.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1228.

     AI1228.1

    Aed, son of Cathal Crobderg, was slain in Geoffrey Marisco's house at Buaile Mór in Laigin, without the latter's consent, for he straightway hanged the slayer with wisps.

AI1229
     AI1229.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1229.

     AI1229.1

    Diarmait Dúna Draignéin son of Domnall Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu, died.

     AI1229.2

    Donnchad Ó hEtersceóil, king of Corcu Laígde, died.

AI1230
     AI1230.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1230.

     AI1230.1

    The stone castle of Corcach was burned on the eve of May Day.

     AI1230.2

    A great hosting in Connachta by MacWilliam and the majority of the foreigners of Ireland, and also Ó Briain and Cormac Mac Carthaig, and they came to the territory of Ó Flaithbertaig. Ó Flaithbertaig gave them battle at the [river] Gaillim, and that same Cormac was wounded there when advancing on the ford, as the poet said:

    1. {Domnall's son about whom every woman is wanton,
      In a strait is a warrior like Lugh
      From Áth na Gaillme he flinched not—
      Not everyone dared to go against its stout defence.
    He returned to his house, and the foreigners and the Gaedil ransacked the country generally. And they banished from it Aed, son of Ruaidrí, having slain Donn Catha Mac Oirechtaig, and they took the hostages of Connachta and gave the sovereignty to Feidlimid, son of Cathal.

     p.349
     AI1230.3

    Great warfare this year between the king of France and the king of England.

AI1231
     AI1231.0

    Kl [A.D.] 1231.

     AI1231.1

    Ascension Thursday and May Day on the same day this year.

     AI1231.2

    Feidlimid, son of Cathal Crobderg, was treacherously and shamefully taken prisoner by MacWilliam.

     AI1231.3

    Aed, son of Conchobor Ó Donnchada, died, and was buried in the old monastery of Uí Badamna in their [the monks'] own habit.

AI1232
     AI1232.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1232.

     AI1232.1

    Donnchad Ó Lonbrogáin, one-time archbishop of Caisel, died.

     AI1232.2

    Domnall Got Mac Carthaig was taken prisoner by Cormac Mac Carthaig, his own brother, and he was released forthwith by him at the end of three months. Immediately afterwards that same Domnall went at the summons of Magnus Ó Cobthaig and Ó Muirchertaig's daughter to do unneighbourly acts against Muirchertach Ó Mathgamna, a thing which he did, for he slew three sons of Ó Mathgamna and plundered [Ó Mathgamna] himself. From this he is called Domnall Cairprech, and his descendants [after him], and the south is his ever since.

     AI1232.3

    Conchobar son of Aed son of Ruaidrí Ó Conchobuir, royal heir of Connachta, was slain with many others by the Tuatha.

AI1233
     AI1233.0

    Kl [A.D.] 1233.

     AI1233.1

    Aed son of Ruaidrí Ó Conchobuir, king of Connachta, was slain by Feidlimid, son of Cathal Crobderg Ó Conchobuir.

     AI1233.2

    Tadc Duibfheda Mac Carthaig was blinded by Cormac  p.351 Liathánach and by Diarmait Ó Mathgamna, and by Domnall Gall who gave him a prod with a knife when he was being held prisoner. He [Tadc] enquired who that was, and he was told that it was Domnall Gall. “That is true, indeed,”, said he. “He did that like a foreigner”.

AI1234
     AI1234.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1234.

     AI1234.1

    The earl of the Currach was taken prisoner in Cell Dara, having been wounded in battle, and he died of his wounds.

     AI1234.2

    The rout of Tráig Lí [inflicted] by the foreigners on the Gaedil, in which Diarmait, son of Cormac Liathánach, and many other nobles of Desmumu were slain; and therein fell In Gascúnach Ó hEtersceóil and Muirchertach, his brother.

AI1235
     AI1235.0

    Kl [A.D.] 1235.

AI1236
     AI1236.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1236.

     AI1236.1

    Tuadmumu and Connachta were spoiled by the Justiciar and MacWilliam.

AI1237
     AI1237.0

    Kl [A.D.] 1237.

AI1238
     AI1238.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1238.

     AI1238.1

    Mairin Ó Briain, archbishop of Caisel, died in the monastery of the Siúir.

AI1239
     AI1239.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1239.

     AI1239.1

    Friar Dáuíd son of Cellach, of the Order of Friars Preachers, was confirmed in the archbishopric of Caisel.

AI1240
     AI1240.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1240.

     AI1240.1

    Friar Alinn Ó Súilliubáin of the Order of Friars Preachers was confirmed in the bishopric of Cluain in place of Cellach's son.

AI1241
     AI1241.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1241.

     AI1241.1

    Muirchertach, son of Domnall Ó Briain, died.

     p.353
     AI1241.2

    Sadb, daughter of Ó Cennétig [and] wife of Donnchad Cairprech, died.

AI1242
     AI1242.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1242.

     AI1242.1

    Muirchertach, son of Donnchad Cairprech Ó Briain, died.

     AI1242.2

    Pope Gregory rested in Christ.

AI1243
     AI1243.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1243.

     AI1243.1

    Donnchad Cairprech Ó Briain, high-king of Tuadmumu, died, and there was not during his time a better Munsterman, or one more affable, or of greater retinue, or better provided with victuals than he.

     AI1243.2

    Tairdelbach, son of Donnchad Cairprech, died.

AI1244
     AI1244.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1244.

     AI1244.1

    Richard de Burgo and Gerald, son of Maurice, died.

AI1245
     AI1245.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1245.

     AI1245.1

    Cormac Liathánach died in monastic habit.

     AI1245.2

    Domnall Ruad, son of Cormac Liathánach, was put to death by John, son of Thomas, after he had been handed over by Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig, his own brother.

     AI1245.3

    A great slaughter of Christians in Demettia at the hands of the Saracens.

     AI1245.4

    Gilliberd, archdeacon of Luimnech, died.

AI1246
     AI1246.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1246.

     AI1246.1

    Death of lord Robert de Carew.

AI1247
     AI1247.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1247.

     AI1247.1

    Conchobar Ó Cuiléin died.

AI1248
     AI1248.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1248.

     AI1248.1

    Cormac son of Domnall Mór Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu, died in his own encampment at Mag Senglaise.

AI1249
     AI1249.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1249.

     AI1249.1

    A great earthquake in Ireland and Wales.

     AI1249.2

    Anmchad's son was slain.

     AI1249.3

    Many of the kings' sons of Ireland were treacherously and shamefully slain this year.

     AI1249.4

    Fíngen, {son of Diarmait Mac Carthaig}, took prisoner  p.355 Geoffrey de Cogan, and brought about his death in captivity. And it is not known how he died, but some say that a stone was put about his neck, for, according to them, that was the death he would have wished to inflict on Fíngen, viz., to send him out of Ireland. And he (Geoffrey) was carried out to sea from(?) In Gairbinis Etnea.

AI1250
     AI1250.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1250.

     AI1250.1

    Fíngen, son of Diarmait son of Domnall Mac Carthaig, was slain in breach of a peace by de Cogans and by Domnall Cairprech Mac Carthaig at Staunton's court in Inis {} . And that Domnall was a brother of Fíngen's father.

AI1251
     AI1251.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1251.

     AI1251.1

    Or here the same Fíngen was slain.

AI1252
     AI1252.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1252.

     AI1252.1

    Murchad, son of Brian, died.

AI1253
     AI1253.0

    Kl. [A.D.] 1253.

     AI1253.1

    Domnall Cairprech (i.e. Senior) Mac Carthaig was slain in Baile Uí Dúnadaig on the fourth of the Kalends of September [August 29]. by John, son of Thomas, and by his son Sir Maurice. According to some, he was slain at the instance of the daughter of Ó Briain, wife of Sefraid Ó Donnchada, {} he was taken {} and the day he was overtaken on his way(?) to FitzGerald, for in revenge thereof, his (Ó Donnchada's) house was burned, and he himself slain. In the court of Elisrant Roche in Baile Uí Dúnadaig Domnall was taken prisoner, and when he was in difficulty between Tech Mór In Gaill and In Cúiltech, he said: “God is like that”, i.e. just as he had Fíngen previously in straits between Tech Mór In Gaill and his chamber in Inis Mac Néill, [now] he himself was being engaged there to avenge that.

     AI1253.2

    Domnall Ó Cennétig, bishop of Cell Da Lua, died.

     AI1253.3

    The hot summer in the above year.

     p.357
     AI1253.4

    {Mór, daughter of Conchobar son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain [and] wife of Cormac Mac Carthaig,—and there was no woman in her time better than she—rested in Christ at Cell Lonáin. She was buried there, and her relics were brought to Les na mBráthar}.

AI1253
     AI1253.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1253.

     AI1253.1

    Domnall Ó Cennétig, bishop (abbot) of Cell Da Lua, died.

AI1254
     AI1254.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1254.

     AI1254.1

    Friar Dáuíd {son of Cellach}, archbishop of Cashel, friar Alinn, bishop of Les Mór, [and] Eógan Ó hEidin rested in Christ.

     AI1254.2

    Item. Séfraid Ó Donnchada and his wife Sadb, daughter of Ua Briain, and Domnall his brother, and his three sons, and Donnchad, son of Cathal, were slain, and many others were also burned. {Those evil deeds were committed by Fíngen, son of Domnall Cairpiech, in revenge for his father, and it was the two sons of In Fiadaide Ó Donnchada, namely, Murchad and Donnchad, who betrayed them. And that was grevious news, for he (Séfraid) was the best and noblest king of all his contemporaries .

AI1255
     AI1255.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1255.

AI1255
     AI1255.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1255.

AI1256
     AI1256.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1256.

     AI1256.1

    Ben Laigen, daughter of Ó Donnchada, died.

     AI1256.2

    Item. Robert, son of William de Canteton (Condon), died.

AI1257
     AI1257.0

    The Kalends of January. [A.D.] 1257.

     AI1257.1

    Maurice, son of Gerald, died.

     p.359
     AI1257.2

    A great slaughter of the English by the Welsh {}.

     AI1257.3

    In the above year the foreigners entered Tuadmumu, and many of them were slain, and they slew Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach Ó Briain.

AI1259
     AI1259.1

    [A.D.] 1259.The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1259.2

    In the above year the foreigners went into Tuadmumu again, and they committed no evil deeds there save against churches and clerics, and the Gaedil plundered Ard Raithin.

     AI1259.3

    In the above year Fíngen, {son of Domnall Cairprech} Mac Carthaig, {and the Uí Chairprí} slew Mac Raith Ó Mathgamna and other nobles around him. Donnchad, son of Cormac, went on a foray into Ciarraige Luachra, and he himself was wounded there and a slaughter of his followers inflicted, {i.e. [in] the rout of Móin Cradáin}.

AI1260
     AI1260.1

    [A.D.] 1260. The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fourth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1260.2

    Corc, son of Finnguine Ó Caím, died. A blessing on his soul!

     AI1260.3

    A common cough this year affecting human beings and horses, which was called galar na placodi.

     AI1260.4

    Dáúid Ó Ligáin, chancellor of Cluain, died.

     AI1260.5

    Sláine daughter of Ó Briain, abbess of Cell Eóin, the most pious, the most charitable, and the most generous woman in all Munster, died. May the King of Heaven grant forgiveness to her soul.

     AI1260.6

    Tadc Ó Briain, {son of Conchobar, son of Donnchad}, died. [It was] good news to the foreigners.

 p.361
AI1261
     AI1261.1

    [A.D.] 1261. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the fifteenth of the moon thereon; and the above year was a bissextile year.

     AI1261.2

    Amlaíb, son of Sefraid Ó Donnchada, was slain after Easter by the Eóganacht Caisil.

     AI1261.3

    Brian Ó Néill, king of Cenél Eógain, to whom the Gaedil gave hostages, and who paid-neither tax nor tribute to the king of England, was slain by the Gaedil themselves and by some of the foreigners {at Dún dá Lethglas}.

     AI1261.4

    Stephen Lungespée, Justiciar of Ireland, died, and his body was borne eastwards over sea for burial.

     AI1261.5

    The FitzGeralds went into Tuadmumu, and David Prendergast and other nobles were there slain; {and it was Conchobar Ó Briain who inflicted that defeat, namely, the defeat of Caill Barráin}. They (the FitzGeralds) erected part of a castle, and plundered many churches and burned some of them.

     AI1261.6

    At that time Fíngen, son of Domnall Mac Carthaig, together with the Desmumu, went into Ciarraige, and great conflagrations were there caused by them.

     AI1261.7

    Foreigners came into Tuadmumu, and some of their nobles fell sick on the way and died.

     AI1261.8

    In the above year William de Dena was appointed Justiciar.

     AI1261.9

    In the above year Mac Carthaig went on a foray into Coigcrích Ciarraige, and great depredations were committed by him, and Crimthann Ó Muirchertaig and many other people were slain.

     AI1261.10

    Much sickness this year and death of noble folk.

     AI1261.11

    John Butler died.

     AI1261.12

    Walter de Burgo was wounded by the son of Muirchertach Ó Briain.

     AI1261.13

    Eógan Ó Muirchertaig was slain by the foreigners at Dún na mBarc.

AI1262
     AI1262.1

    [A.D.] 1262. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon.

     AI1262.2

    Dún na mBarc was burned in revenge for Ó Muirchertaig.

     AI1262.3

    Inis Eóganáin was burned by Mac Carthaig.

     p.363
     AI1262.4

    The archbishop of Ard Macha died.

     AI1262.5

    Aed Ó Riacáin, treasurer of Cluain, died.

     AI1262.6

    David de Barry died.

     AI1262.7

    David de Canteton (Condon) died.

     AI1262.8

    The castle of Dún na mBarc, and Caislén na Gide also, were burned by Mac Carthaig and by the Desmumu.

     AI1262.9

    Ó Briain made peace with the foreigners.

     AI1262.10

    The Justiciar, the FitzGeralds, the son of Richard, and a very large army of foreigners and Gaedil marched into Desmumu against Mac Carthaig, and a great slaughter was inflicted upon them. John, son of Thomas, seneschal of Mumu [and] a great and noble baron, and Maurice his son, and many knights besides and countless others were slain there.

     AI1262.11

    The castles of Dún Mac Ogmain, Dún Uisce, Mag Cromtha, Mag Olig, and Dún Lóich, also Cell Forglann and much of Uí Chonaill, were burned by the Desmumu.

     AI1262.12

    Many wastes in Desmumu.

     AI1262.13

    Fíngen Mac Carthaig and nobles of Desmurnu were slain in Rinn Róin by Miles de Courcy on Thursday, on the night(?) of Michaelmas [September 29]..

     AI1262.13

    In the above year Richard de La Rochelle came to Ireland as Justiciar, with his wife and son, and the Chancellor. They made port at Dún na Long in Desmumu, and Cormac and the Desmumu allowed them to depart unmolested.

AI1263
     AI1263.1

    [A.D.] 1263. The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1263.2

    MacWilliam de Burgo accompanied by a great army of foreigners and Gaedil invaded Desmumu, and Cormac Mac Carthaig was slain by them after a victory of prowess and valour. For he himself unaided, slew Gerald Roche,  p.365 a great and noble knight, and [also] another good squire, and no others of the Desmumu fell save he, although many of the [enemy] army were slain. Nevertheless some of the Clann Charthaig gave hostages to MacWilliam, and he left the country.

     AI1263.3

    {Item. David de Barry dies}.

AI1264
     AI1264.1

    [A.D.] 1264. The Kalends of January on Monday, and the eighteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1264.2

    Great warfare in England in the above year between the French and the English. {Item. King Edward was taken prisoner}.

     AI1264.3

    The earldom of Ulster was given to Walter de Burgo.

     AI1264.4

    Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig was taken prisoner by Domnall Ruad, {his own son}, and was {immediately} released.

AI1265
     AI1265.1

    [A.D.] 1265. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon; and the above year was a bissextile year.

     AI1265.2

    Daniél, bishop of Cluain, chief of all Mumu in piety and wisdom, died. A blessing on his soul!

     AI1265.3

    A battle was fought in England, and the king of England, his son, and his brother were taken prisoner.

AI1266
     AI1266.1

    [A.D.] 1266. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the nineteenth of the moon thereon.

     AI1266.2

    A battle was fought in England, [and] many nobles fell.

     AI1266.3

    Great warfare in Ireland between the FitzGeralds and MacWilliam de Burgo; and Gillibert, bishop of Imlech [Ibuir], died; {and in that war the barons were taken prisoner}.

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AI1267
     AI1267.1

    [A.D.] 1267. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1267.2

    Mathgamain Ó Cuiléin was killed in bed with a knife by his own wife, the daughter of Mac Carthaig.

AI1268
     AI1268.1

    [A.D.] 1268. The Kalends of January on Saturday, and the first day of the moon thereon.

     AI1268.2

    {Pilip Ó Loingsecháin, coarb of Catigern, was slain}.

     AI1268.4

    Donnchad, son of Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig, was slain by his own kinsmen at the instigation of the foreigners. {Feidlimid, son of Donnchad {} }.

     AI1268.5

    The bishop of Cell Da Lua entered Mainistir na Croiche.

AI1269
     AI1269.1

    [A.D.] 1269. The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the thirteenth of the moon thereon; and the above year was a bissextile year.

     AI1269.2

    A great wind about the Feast of Saint Hilary [January 13]. in the above year, which did harm to people both on sea and land.

     AI1269.3

    Conchobar Ó Briain, i.e. king of Tuadmumu and head of the Gaedil of Ireland, and his son Ioán and other nobles, were slain on the Tuesday [i.e. May 22] before Pentecost by Diarmait, son of Muirchertach Ó Briain.

     AI1269.4

    The bishop of Les Mór was taken prisoner by a young squire of the le Poers on the same day.

     AI1269.5

    The above-mentioned Diarmait, son of Muirchertach, and Muirchertach his son, were immediately killed by God and by curses in revenge for Ó Briain Mór, and those who were with him doing the deed were all killed save a few.

     AI1269.6

    In the above year on the first of August the sons of Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig and the Uí Etersceóil and the Corcu Laígde fought at sea, and that was the hardest and  p.369 most triumphant battle ever fought in Ireland, for [only] the night parted them from each other after many on both sides had been slain or drowned.

     AI1269.7

    Maurice, son of Gerald, was drowned.

AI1270
     AI1270.1

    [A.D.] 1270. The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon.

     AI1270.2

    The English Justiciar took hostages from the foreigners and Gaedil in Ireland and built the castle of Ros Comáin in Connachta.

AI1271
     AI1271.1

    [A.D.] 1271 The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the fifth day of the moon thereon.

     AI1271.2

    A heavy fall of snow about the Epiphany [January 6]. in the above year.

     AI1271.3

    Thomas, bishop of Les Mór, died.

     AI1271.4

    A slaughter of the foreigners by Ó Conchobuir in Connachta, and many nobles fell therein.

     AI1271.5

    The defeat of Áth in Chip [inflicted by Aed Ó Conchobuir on MacWiliiam, in which many of the foreigners fell, together with Tairdelbach Ballach Ó Briain and numerous others.

     AI1271.6

    The rout of Áth Malais [inflicted] by Maurice, son of Thomas, and by the sons of Cormac Liathánach on Domnall Ruad and his brother, and many fell therein.

     AI1271.7

    Mathgamain Ó Donnchada, archdeacon of Cluain Uama, rested in Christ after a victory of piety, generosity, and charity, and was buried in the habit of the Friars Minor. May God be propitious to his soul! Amen.

     AI1271.8

    Donnchad, son of Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig, was treacherously taken prisoner by Diarmait, son of Domnall Cairprech, and put to death by his (own) sept and by the foreigners. And those who struck him down were Donnchad, son of Donnchad, and Domnall Óg, son of Domnall Cairprech, and Feidlimid {}.

     p.371
     AI1271.9

    Ó Conchobuir was slain by Domnall, son of Ruaidrí, {} Ó Súilliubáin in Baile {}}

     AI1271.10

    Louis, king of France, and Johan his son, died on their way to the Holy Land.

AI1272
     AI1272.1

    {[A.D.] 1272}. The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-eighth of the moon thereon.

     AI1272.2

    Very bad weather in that year, and general warfare between the foreigners and Gaedil of Ireland. And there was a great famine in the same year so that multitudes of poor people died of cold and hunger and the rich suffered hardship.

     AI1272.3

    A hosting by the foreigners of Ireland into Desmumu to Dún na mBarc, [and] they turned back from there without doing any further damage. The same foreigners proceeded to Luimnech against Ua Briain, and made peace with him, taking hostages from him.

     AI1272.4

    Walter de Burgo died in Connachta, and his body was brought to Áth Ísel.

AI1273
     AI1273.1

    {[A.D.] 1273}. The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon; a bissextile year, and the nineteenth in the Decemnovennial Cycle.

     AI1273.2

    Richard de Carew, a great and noble baron and seneschal of Desmumu, died in Corcach.

AI1274
     AI1274.0

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twentieth of the moon thereon. {[A. D.] 1274 }.

AI1275
     AI1275.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the thirtieth of the moon thereon. {[A.D.] 1275}.

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AI1276
     AI1276.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, [and] the twelfth of the moon thereon. {[A.D.] 1276.

     AI1276.2

    Diarmait Mac Carthaig was slain in Murna Ola Mór(?) in Uí Chairpri.

     AI1276.3

    A hosting by Mac Carthaig into In Trícha, and a house was destroyed in consequence, and the market cross cut [down]}.

AI1277
     AI1277.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the twelfth of the moon thereon. {[A.D.] 1277, and a bissextile year}.

AI1278
     AI1278.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday. [A.D.] 1278.

     AI1278.2

    Brian Ó Briain was put to death by Thomas de Clare in Bun Raite {on the fifth of the Ides [11th] of May}, and it is said that a certain number of his own captains were concerned in his betrayal.

     AI1278.3

    The archbishop of Caisel, namely Dáuíd Mac Cerbaill, went over sea to the king of England, and spent a long time there.

     AI1278.4

    {David de Barry Junior, and John de Cogan died.

     AI1278.5

    Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig and Tadc Ó Donnchada died}.

AI1279
     AI1279.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday. [A.D. ] 1279.

     AI1279.2

    Diarmait Mac Carthaig, son of Domnall Cairbrech, died in Mag Nisi after a victory of repentance, having received the monastic habit from the bishop Ó hUallacháin, bishop of Ros Ailithir, and was buried in the new monastery, which had been built at Crecán in Uí Badamna.

AI1280
     AI1280.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the fourteenth of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1280.

     AI1280.2

    David de Barry, a noble and prosperous baron, died.

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     AI1280.3

    John de Cogan, a very great and noble baron of Desmumu, died in the same year.

     AI1280.4

    The castle of Cuinche was begun by Thomas de Clare, and as he was engaged in building it the sons of Tadc Ó Briain, viz. Tairdelbach and Domnall, went to attack him by night(?), and he (de Clare) was nearly killed. He escaped to Bun Raite, and his entire army, including barons, knights, and warriors, was slain. And for a long time afterwards none dared approach that place on account of the stench of the dead and the great number of them.

     AI1280.5

    Sída Mac Con Mara was slain on the following day by Donnchad Ó Briain.

     AI1280.6

    The sons of Tadc were banished for a time to eastern Mumu, and the kingship of Tuadmumu was again taken by them despite Thomas de Clare and the foreigners in general.

     AI1280.7

    John de Roche, bishop of Les Mór, rested in Christ.

AI1281
     AI1281.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon. [A.D.] 1281.

     AI1281.2

    Very bad weather in that year; heavy snow in the first week of March therein, so that innumerable cows died and live-stock of all kinds largely perished. And there was severe snow previously in the same year about the Feast of Brigit [February 1]., which killed many cattle and caused much harm.

     AI1281.3

    Muirchertach Ó Donnchada, archdeacon of In Choigcrích [and] head of the churches and clerics of the whole of the west of Ireland, by reason of wealth, nobility, generosity, priestliness, and piety, died in Inis Faithlinn on Monday night on the feast called Divisio Apostolorum [July 15].. The blessing of the men of all Ireland upon his soul! May he obtain the Creator's reward on the intercession of the saints and community of Heaven!

     AI1281.4

    Muiris Ó Muirchertaig escaped from Domnall Mac Carthaig to the foreigners. He made his way back and attempted to cause strife, but was taken prisoner on the road by the foreigners, and two of his people were slain, viz.  p.377 the son of Crimthann Ua Muirchertaig and the son of In Glacaire Ua Cesáin. He himself was held prisoner for a time, and was put to death in captivity by the foreigners, without the consent of the nobles, as 'tis said.

     AI1281.5

    Peace was made by Domnall Óc Mac Carthaig, son of Domnall Cairprech, and by Feidlimid Mac Carthaig, with Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu, and they submitted and gave hostages to him. And he gave them their share: Desmumu south of the Laí to Domnall Óc, Eóganacht Uí Donnchada save Longphort in Ríg, and much of Muscraige and Uí Chonaill to Feidlimid. And all were at war with the foreigners, and Cell Fhorglann was burned and its castle razed; and great forays were made there, and people slain by Donnchad Mac Carthaig, Tadc Ruad Mac Carthaig, the son of Gilla Mo-Chutu Ó Súilliubáin, and by many other nobles including the Uí Muirchertaig and Uí Donnchada.

     AI1281.6

    The archbishop of Caisel came over from the king of England, and returned immediately, having made peace with the King.

     AI1281.7

    The castle of Dún Lóich was evacuated by its guards through fear of the Desmumu and Mac Carthaigh, and it was burned after they had departed.

     AI1281.8

    A battle between Ó Néill and Ó Domnaill, and Ó Domnaill and many of his followers were slain.

     AI1281.9

    {Mac Carthaig Mór, i.e. Cormac, son of Tadc, son of Domnall, broke his leg beside the [river] Mang when he was riding in pursuit of a thief, and that was a great calamity. A.D. 1510}.

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AI1281
     AI1281.1

    The Kalends of January on Wednesday, and the seventh of the moon thereon. The first year after the bissextile, and the ninth of the Decemnovennial [Cycle].

     AI1281.2

    John, bishop of Les Mór, rested in Christ.

     AI1281.3

    The bishop of Cell Da Lua, Ó hÓcáin, rested in Christ.

     AI1281.4

    The bishop of Corcu Modruad, Ó Tigernaig, rested in Christ.

     AI1281.5

    The bishop of Imlech Ibuir, Ó Tusig, rested in Christ.

     AI1281.6

    Great and general warfare between the foreigners and Gaedil, so that many people were slain and many depredations committed.

     AI1281.7

    A defensive alliance between the Síl Briain regarding Tuadmumu, i.e. [by] Tairdelbach and his father's son Domnall, against Thomas de Clare, and Thomas made a great hosting to attack that pair and the Tuadmumu, and the sons of Mathgaman Ó Briain with the majority of his people was plundered. And the Síl Briain did not accomplish very much from that expedition, apart from Donnchad, son of Brian, being made king through the influence of the foreigners and Thomas de Clare. However, because of Donnchad's natural claim on Tuadmumu and from the fact that his father held it, much disaffection arose, and they (Donnchad and Tairdelbach) were on the brink of immediate strife and were about to do much harm to each other. But Domnall Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu and counsellor of Ireland, came and sent a messenger and letters to them, pointing-out that they were [only] wasting Ireland and their [own] patrimony, and they all undertook to follow his advice. And it was then the king came northwards over the Sinann to Tuadmumu, where he remained three weeks almost, so that the length of his stay grieved all Desmumu. He did not return from them, however, until he brought about peace, and divided Tuadmumu between  p.381 them. And he came back to his own land in triumph and with good wishes. We give thanks to Our Lord for his safe return!

     AI1281.8

    A great mortality in the [above] year, and many people, good and bad, perished. Hardship in the spring of this same year.

     AI1281.9

    Domnall, son of Tadc Ó Briain, was treacherously slain by a Maitsiunach in Cuinche as he was drinking [from] a barrel of wine. The churl dealt him a thrust of a knife there unawares to himself or to his followers, and he (Domnall) forthwith drew upon that churl and mortally wounded him with a single thrust of a knife. And one of his (Domnall's) followers slew his companion, i.e. another Maitsiunach who was with him. And the said Domnall was tanist of Tuadmumu and a master in valour and prowess. A blessing on his soul, if he deserves it!

     AI1281.10

    A battle in Connachta between William Barrett and In Cimsócach, in which William Barrett and many of his kinsmen and followers were slain.

AI1282
     AI1282.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the twenty-fourth of the moon thereon. The second year after the bissextile and the tenth of the Decemnovennial [Cycle].

     AI1282.2

    Great frost in the above year, followed by snow, so that not a single day's ploughing or harrowing was done {} from Christmas until a week before the Feast of Brigit [February 1].. And there was also very bad weather generally from that on, which prevented any useful work being done to {} In the same year there was many a violent windstorm, and ricks and many houses were damaged; also the great church of Achad Deó (which had been standing undamaged for six score and four years), its holy cross, too, being broken—which I much deplore.

     AI1282.3

    Muirchertach Mac Murchada, king of Laigin, and his brother Art Mac Murchada, were treacherously slain by the  p.383 foreigners in violation of the peace of the king of England, (and) after a victory of prowess and valour, having spent the greater part of all Laigin under their own rule.

     AI1282.4

    Great warfare this year between the king of England and the king of Wales, and innumerable people on both sides were slain by them, though it is estimated that more English were slain than Welsh.

     AI1282.5

    Donnchad, son of Mac Raith Ó Mathgamna, was treacherously slain together with five nobles of his people on Inis Eóganáin by the foreigners. His wife was the daughter of Domnall Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu.

     AI1282.6

    Finnguala, daughter of Brian's son, mother of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, and wife of Raymond de Burgo, rested in Christ.

AI1283
     AI1283.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the twenty-ninth of the moon thereon. The third year after the bissextile, and the eleventh of the Decemnovennial Cycle.

     AI1283.2

    Tomás, son of Mael Dúin Ó Caím, was wickedly slain by the sons of William Barrett, the son of Jacques Rassifort having laid hands upon him. And the same foreigners carried off a prey, unobserved by the people of the country.

     AI1283.3

    Domnall, son of Domnall Cairprech, and others of the Uí Chairpri made a treacherous plot against Domnall Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu. The king obtained certain knowledge of it, and made a hosting which included the principal foreigners of Ireland, viz. Thomas de Clare, Maurice, son of Maurice, and Thomas, son of Maurice, John de Barry, the Roches, Condons, and many other foreigners, as well as the army of Desmumu itself. And the Clann Shelbaig abandoned(?) the stronghold of the Uí Chairpri and of the sons of Domnall Cairprech, and fled into In Fonn Iartharach and into Crecán Sifne and Béirre, and to every place they could throughout Desmumu, and the foreigners, moreover, obtained neither preys nor spoils. The king made a compact with all those great foreigners concerning the cattle of Uí Chairpri, and he obtained on his own lands their herds and steeds. And to many of those whom he plundered he gave, though he was not bound to, some of his cattle . and livestock. And the same Domnall Óc,  p.385 son of Domnall Cairprech, and all the people of the Uí Chairpri accompanying him, departed(?). Immediately after that the king caused great migrations into the borders of Clann Shelbaig on every side, so that famine well nigh killed all the Uí Chairpri who accompanied Domnall Óc and his kinsmen, and their wives and underlings went to every place they could, to obtain food.

     AI1283.4

    The son of Diarmait son of Domnall Cairprech, and all the Uí Echach who sided with Clann Domnaill, made peace with Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu. These included Eógan Mac Carthaig, Cian Ó Mathgamna, the son of Mael Muad Ó Mathgamna, the sons of Domnall, son of Lochlainn Ó Mathgamna, and the Uí Chellacháin; and the king's land was given to them, and they were handed over to Eógan, son of Diarmait.

     AI1283.5

    Ragnall Ua Cruadlaích was slain by Eógan Mac Carthaig.

     AI1283.6

    The son of Gilla Riabach Ó Donnubáin was slain by Gilla Mo-Chudu, son of In Dubshúilech Ó Súilliubáin.

     AI1283.7

    The son of Echthigern Ó Donnubáin was slain by Siucraid, son of Gilla [na] Flann Ó Súilliubáin.

     AI1283.8

    The king of Wales was slain by the king of England, and David his brother, took the kingship after him. And the latter was slain immediately [afterwards] in the above year, and the kingship of Wales was subsequently taken by the king of England.

     AI1283.9

    The archbishop of Caisel came to Ireland, having made peace with the king of England.

     AI1283.10

    Great warfare in Laigin, and the castle of Lége was burned by the Gaedil of Laigin and Mide.

     AI1283.11

    Diarmait, son of Mathgamain Ó Briain, was slain by Donnchad Ó Briain, after Tairdelbach, son of Tadc, had made a hosting against him [Donnchad] in Corcu Modruad; and Anéslis Ó Gráda was slain on the same side and Conchobar Carrach Ó Lochlainn on the other. And the defeat of Sliab Eilbi [was inflicted] on Tairdelbach Ó Briain by the same Donnchad assisted by the foreigners.

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AI1284
     AI1284.1

    The Kalends of January on Saturday. A.D. 1284.

     AI1284.2

    Extremely bad weather at the beginning of this year.

     AI1284.3

    Flann Ó Longáin, bishop of Cluain Uama, died.

     AI1284.4

    Donnchad Ó Briain, son of Brian Ruad, was slain by Tairdelbach, son of Tadc Ó Briain, after his own followers, viz. the Uí Lochlainn and the Uí Chonchobuir of Corcu Modruad, had acted treacherously towards hirn. And it was Gilla na Naem Ó Tomaistin(?), or the son of Gilla Pátraic, who cast a javelin into him when he was in the pool swimming. Cennétig, son of Brian, was slain by Donnchad Ó Briain on the same day, after they had engaged in a bout of jousting, for Donnchad during the jousting said “Ó Cennétig, you yourself are the worse for beginning(?) it”!

AI1285
     AI1285.1

    The Kalends of January on Monday. A.D. 1285.

     AI1285.2

    A very destructive wind this year about the Feast of Brigit [February 1].: it blew down the bell-tower of Ros Ailithir and caused much damage generally.

     AI1285.3

    A hosting by Thomas de Clare against Tairdelbach Ó Briain, and he gained but little by it, and Cormac, son of Fíngen son of Domnall Got Mac Carthaig, was slain there by the Cenél Fermaig on the side of the foreigners.

     AI1285.4

    Domnall Ruad took prisoner Domnall Óc, son of Domnall Cairprech, and he was released at the end of six months. He was forthwith on his bond(?) for a period, and one hundred and ten (?) of the Uí Mathgamna were given up by him to the foreigners, i.e. to John de Cogan, but it happened, as God willed, that few of them were injured, and [only] a few also had to be released.

AI1295
     AI1295.1

    Aed Ruad Ó Cuiléin, the Clann Briain, and more than twenty of his kinsmen were slain with him in the same war of the Clann Briain.

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     AI1295.2

    The king of England subdued the Welsh and brought many of them with him to Gascony to the war which was being waged between him and the king of France. That, indeed, was a pity, for the English cared not whether they (the Welsh) fell there or survived.

     AI1295.3

    Gillibert, earl of Clare, died.

AI1296
     AI1296.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-third of the moon thereon. A.D. 1295.

     AI1296.2

    Domnall, son of Brian Ruad, and Donnchad, son of Feidlimid Mac Carthaig, and Cuilén, son of Cuilén Ó Cuiléin, escaped from the castle of Dún Garbáin. Donnchad, son of Feidlimid, however, died at home as a result of the excessive hardship he endured in making his escape. The faces of the other two, indeed, were stained by sympathetic tears.

     AI1296.3

    A battle was fought between Domnall, son of Briain Ó Néill, and Brian, son of Aed Buide Ó Néill, and the battle went against the son of Aed Buide, and he himself was slain there after being taken prisoner. And five hundred(?) of his army and of the foreigners who were supporting him, also fell therein. And the kingship of the province of Ulster was taken immediately by the son of Brian Ó Néill.

     AI1296.4

    Conchobar, son of Cathal Ruad Ó Conchobuir, contender and worthy choice for [the kingship of] Connachta, was slain by the Tuatha of Síl Muiredaig, and the kingship of the Gaedil of Connachta without opposition was taken immediately by Aed, son of Eógan Ó Conchobuir.

     AI1296.5

    Edmund, brother of the king of England, and William de Valence died while on the hosting which the English made against the king of France in Gascony. And many were killed and countless evil deeds committed [in the contest] between those kings for Gascony.

     AI1296.6

    A great hosting by the king of England and the nobles of England, Ireland, and Wales, to Scotland, and the kings of Scotland and Scotland itself were taken by them without opposition or strife. And that was a disappointment  p.391 to the Gaedil, for the Scots had previously a very great reputation for prowess.

     AI1296.7

    Heavy snow and bad weather this winter.

AI1296
     AI1296.1

    The Kalends of January on Tuesday, and the fourth of the moon thereon. A.D. 1296.

     AI1296.2

    Very stormy weather this year, with wind, snow, and lightning, and a great murrain of cattle and loss of life also.

     AI1296.3

    A great slaughter of the English by the French in Gascony, and many of their nobles, including John de St. John, were taken prisoner.

     AI1296.4

    On the twelfth of the kalends of May [April 20]. Tadc Mac Carthaig, son of Domnall Ruad (king of Desmond), a most affluent and vigorous roya1 heir who, of all the Gaedil contemporary with him, was most hateful to his enemies, died from an illness lasting four days in his own stronghold at Druim Comuir.

     AI1296.5

    Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, king of Desmumu, was stricken by illness in Coirrthech Gidas, but obtained relief from it, and renounced and abjured his sins, as he had done previously.

     AI1296.6

    Gerald Prendergast died.

     AI1296.7

    Donnchad Ó Mathtgamna died.

     AI1296.8

    Donn, son of Seoán Mac Carthaig, died.

     AI1296.9

    Diarmait Ruad Mac Carthaig died. All great torments those deaths!

AI1298
     AI1298.0

    A.D. 1298.

     AI1298.1

    Ragnailt, daughter of Brian's son, died, and was buried in the choir of the Discalced Friars in Corcach on the first of July.

     AI1298.2

    Thomas, son of Maurice, died in the same year, and there was not in Mumu a baron more modest, more hospitable, or of greater prowess than he.

AI1299
     AI1299.0

    A.D. 1299 [Kl.] on Thursday.

AI1300
     1300.0

    The kalends of January on Friday. A.[D.] 1300.

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AI1301
     AI1301.1

    Kalends of January on Monday. A.D. 1301.

     AI1301.2

    Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, high-king of Desmumu for the space of forty years, [one] whom {} of Ireland trusted for [his] good sense and for subduing enemies, who had surpassed everyone of that time in generosity, prowess, comeliness, form, {} prosperity, conquest, nobility, urbanity, . and youthful leadership, who was subject to neither Gaedel nor foreigner, and had power over every Gaedel, died after a victory of piety and repentance, and was buried in the habit of the Discalced Friars in Corcach in the centre of the Friars' choir on the third(?) of February.

     AI1301.3

    Conchobar Ó Caím, a famous and illustrious king's son who was the most renowned of the Munstermen at that time, died.

     AI1301.4

    Aed Ó hEtersceóil was slain by the foreigners.

     AI1301.5

    Pilip Ó Loingsecháin, erenagh of Cell Catigern, died on the sixth of the nones [2nd] of July. {}Ceapach Corcaige {} [Stephen] Ó Bracáin, head of {} {} of the Gaedil, died {} of the clerics of the Munstermen {} {} gone to him, and he made eight(?) {} canon(s) of the Munstermen {} left the archbishopric {} of the Munstermen, what he did {} to that of profit to them {} the number of them in {} many between {} sons {} fell {} shape {} the three {} innumerable being {} books {} people

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AI1302
     AI1302.0

    Kl A.D. 1302.

AI1303
     AI1303.0

    Kl. A.D. 1303.

AI1304
     AI1304.0

    Kl. A.D. 1304.

     AI1304.1

    Tadc Ruad, son of Domnall Gall Mac Carthaig, was treacherously slain by the sons of Fíngen Ó Mathgamna, having trusted to their good faith and come out from Manann to parley with them.

AI1305
     AI1305.0

    K. A.D. 1305.

     AI1305.1

    Geoffrey Óc de Carew was slain on May Day by the sons of the same Fíngen Ó Mathgamna.

     AI1305.2

    Great hardship at the beginning of the summer of this year.

     AI1305.3

    Ruaidrí Buide Mac Mathgamna, and Tadc his kinsman, were slain in Dísert Muirthile by Tairdelbach Óc Ó Briain and by Donnchad, son of Muiris Ó Cennétig, and some say that it was Brian, son of Muiris, who betrayed them.

     AI1305.4

    Muirchertach Ó Conchobuir Fhailgi and In Calbach his brother, were slain by Sir Piers Bermingham, after he had deceitfully and shamefully invited them and acted as god-father to [the child of] the latter and as co-sponsor with the other. Masir, the little child who was a son of the latter, and whom Piers himself had sponsored at confirmation, was thrown over [the battlements of] the castle, and it was thus it died. And twenty-three or twenty-four of the followers of those men mentioned above, were slain, for In Gaillsech Shacsanach (she was the wife of the same Piers) used to give warning from the top of the castle of any who went into hiding, so that many were slain as a result of those warnings. And woe to the Gaedel who puts trust in a king's peace or in foreigners after that! For, although they had [the assurance of] their king's peace, their heads were brought to Áth Cliath, and much wealth was obtained for them from the foreigners. And when Piers was reproached with that, he said that he was not aware that there was a foreigner in Ireland who  p.397 had not undertaken to slay his Gaelic neighbour, and he knew that they would slay, as he had slain; and that it was no wonder the foreigners harboured that evil resolution concerning them, for they (the Gaedil) had avenged themselves thoroughly before they were slain.

     AI1305.5

    Tairdelbach Óc, son of Brian Ruad, died through the miracles of M'Íte and Berchert, after he had violated their sanctuary(?).

     AI1305.6

    Tairdelbach, son of Mathgamain Ó Briain, died.

     AI1305.7

    Cormac, son of Tadc son of Cormac, was slain by the household of Donnchad Mac Carthaig, and by the men of Tuadmumu led by Domnall, son of Crimthann Ó Súilliubáin, and many other nobles.

     AI1305.8

    Domnall, son of Tadc Dall Mac Carthaig, died.

     AI1305.9

    Great warfare in the above year between the foreigners and Gaedil in Laigin and Desmumu.

     AI1305.10

    Ó hInmainéin, a noble and pious coarb, was taken prisoner by the Uí Chuiléin and the Uí Chlainne Inneirgi, and put to death.

     AI1305.11

    Milis Ó Donnocáin and his kinsman were slain by Sir Henry de La Chapelle, when they were on their way to take vengeance on the Uí Chonaill for [the death of] their coarb.

AI1306
     AI1306.0

    K. A.D. 1306.

     AI1306.1

    Tairdelbach Ó Briain, king of Tuadmumu, a chaste, pious, and wise man, died after a victory of generosity, piety, and goodness, and was buried in the church which he had built for the friars on Inis Mac nInill. Donnchad, his son, was made king with opposition after him.

     AI1306.2

    Amlaíb Ó Duinn, chief of Uí Riacáin, was slain by the Uí Dímusaig and by the foreigners.

     AI1306.3

    The church of Tulach Léis was burned by lightning.

     AI1306.4

    Dáuíd Ó Caím was treacherously slain by William 'Súcach' de Barry and by In Mairtélach on the third of the nones [5th] of July.

     AI1306.5

    A defeat was inflicted by Ó Maíl Shechnaill on the foreigners and on Mac Feórais, and many of the foreigners were slain by Ó Maíl Shechnaill and by Mac Eochucáin.

     p.399
     AI1306.6

    Domnall Óc, son of Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, one fitted to be king by reason of good sense, piety, and purity, was taken prisoner by Domnall Cairprech Mac Carthaig and put to death in captivity on the eighth of the Kalends of October [September 24]., and that was regarded as a shocking deed by the Gaedil and by the foreigners generally.

AI1307
     AI1307.0

    K. A.D. 1307.

     AI1307.1

    Edward, king of England, died on the nones [7th] of July on a hosting against the Scots in the confines of Scotland and England,—a knight most prudent, most violent, and most valiant. It was by him the greatest number of people fell in his time,—although he did much evil to the church and to the laity—for by him fell Llywelyn, king of Wales, and his brother David. And by him the Welsh were subdued, and are in servitude since, having no king of their own. By him also great oppression was inflicted on the Scots, after he had banished their king, for according to report, he slew fifty thousand of them in one day, and also a countless number on all sides on another occasion.

     AI1307.2

    Robert Bruce was contending for the kingship of Scotland and expelling the English therefrom, after slaying In Cuimínech Ruad.

     AI1307.3

    Piers Gaveston [came] to Ireland as the king's deputy contrary to the wishes of the English barons.

AI1308
     AI1308.0

    Kl. A.D. 1308.

     AI1308.1

    Death of lord Gillibert de Clare, son of lord Thomas de Clare.

     AI1308.2

    Death of T[homas], heir of T[homas] son of Maurice.

     AI1308.3

    Death of two sons of Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, i.e. Carthach and Seón Ruad.

     AI1308.4

    Gilla Mo-Chutu Ó Súilliubáin and Corc, son of Conchobar Ó Caím, died. These were all a great loss to their friends.

     AI1308.5

    Feidlimid, son of Donnchad Mac Carthaig, was (mortally) wounded by his own spear in the Glas Lathaige north of Achad Deó as he was gaffing a trout he had seen in the ford.

     p.401
     AI1308.6

    The bishops of Les Mór and Port Láirge, and the bishop of Imlech Ibuir who was chancellor of the lord king in Ireland, died.

     AI1308.7

    The castle of Cell Íte was captured and burned by Conchobar Ó Briain, and by Cormac, son of Feidlimid, together with his kinsmen, and a defeat was inflicted on the foreigners, in which Tomicín, son of John, and certain other people were slain.

     AI1308.8

    A hosting by Nicholas fitzMaurice and by Maurice fitzRisibard, and by Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach, tanist of Tuadmumu, into Ealla and Desmumu as well, and they did not succeed in doing much damage save killing two people; and two good chiefs of Tuadmumu, i.e. Ó hAichir and Ó Dedaid, and a number of others along with them were slain.

     AI1308.9

    An expedition by Feidlimid, son of Donnchad Mac Carthaig, and by Conchobar Ó Briain to attack the castle of Cell Blaáin, and they attained little by it, for they were defeated and some of their followers slain, and Conchobar Ó Briain was wounded there.

AI1309
     AI1309.0

    Kl. A.D. 1309.

     AI1309.1

    Great warfare in Laigin between the foreigners themselves, in which were slain In Talúnach on the one side, and Maurice Condon on the other by the Justiciar of Ireland and by William Roche, and by Pátraicín his brother, who laid [violent] hands upon him (Condon). And on that account great strife arose between the Condons and Roches.

     AI1309.2

    Conchobar Ó Briain, son of Donnchad, was slain by the Archdeacons, who are called Clann Ódo, when they attacked the house where he was drinking in Dún Eochaille in Eóganacht Bec.

     AI1309.3

    Aed son of Eógan Ó Conchobuir, king of Connachta, was slain by Aed, son of Cathal Ruad Ó Conchobuir, after he had come to make a raid on the latter and to attack his encampment.

     p.403
     AI1309.4

    Aed, son of Cathal, was treacherously slain by Mac Uigilin, i.e. by his own constable, while he was contending for the kingship of Connachta against the foreigners, for he was a person worthy of the kingship. Connachta was without a king for the greater part of a year after that, being under the sway of William de Burgo. And the said William gave the title of king to the sons of Aed, son of Eógan; and Ruaidrí, son of Cathal, was at war with the latter and the foreigners together.

AI1310
     AI1310.1

    The Kalends of January on Thursday, and the ninth day of the moon thereon. The second year after the bissextile, the last year of the Decemnovennial Cycle, the eighth of the Indiction, and the one thousandth three hundredth [and tenth] from the Incarnation; and [was] the Dominical Letter.

     AI1310.2

    Donnchad Mac Carthaig was deposed by those nobles of Desmumu who had [previously] given loyalty to him, and in particular by the Eóganacht Caisil. And great forays were made by them in Uí Rathach against Mac Carthaig's freemen and officers, and his two sons, namely, Domnall and Tadc, were taken prisoner and were in captivity for the greater part of a half-year. And they were released on certain conditions, and his own kingship was then restored to the same Donnchad, though they [the nobles] did not take the title of king from Diarmait, on whom they had previously conferred it, and they promised full restoration to Donnchad.

     AI1310.3

    A very violent wind destroyed trees, houses, and churches in the above year, and there was also a great crop of mast, nuts, and apples in the same year.

     AI1310.4

    Cú Meda Mac Con Mara, a very prosperous chieftain, died.

     AI1310.5

    The castle of Dún Meic Odmainn was broken down by Domnall Cairprech Mac Carthaig.

AI1311
     AI1311.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, and the thirtieth of the moon thereon. The third year after the bissextile,  p.405 the first of the Decemnovennial Cycle, the ninth of the Indiction, and the one thousandth one hundredth and eleventh year from the Incarnation; and c was the Dominical Letter after the Annunciation following.

     AI1311.2

    War between the Condons and Roches, with burnings, raidings, and killings between them on both sides. David son of Elisrant, lord of Fir Muige, was taken prisoner by the Condons therein, but they released him to the Justiciar on the consideration that all who were outlawed on their side would obtain the king's peace and their own lands [back again].

     AI1311.3

    By reason of treachery a great dissension arose between the Trícha Cét Ó mBlait and the Trícha Cét Ó Caisín, and an encounter took place, in which two or three score of the Trícha Cét Ó mBlait were slain. Immediately after that the Trícha Cét Ó mBlait gathered from all sides, from across the Sinann and from the outside, and accompanied by Donnchad Ó Briain, and by William de Burgo with a muster of the Connachta, again gave battle to the Clann Chuiléin, and Mac Con Mara, namely Donnchad son of Cú Meda, and Aed Aradach his brother, were slain. And it was Ó Cathail of Uí Fhlaithríg who beheaded Mac Con Mara, although it was the Clann Mathgamna, and Ó Gráda and certain others, according to report, who laid hands, upon him. And the said Domnall Ó Gráda was slain on the same day.

     AI1311.4

    Great warfare in the same year between de Clare and Ó Briain and the Tuadmumu: Sir Richard de Clare and Diarmait, son of Donnchad Ó Briain, on the one side, were opposed by Donnchad Ó Briain and the Tuadmumu, along with William de Burgo and many of the Connachta and of the foreigners of Mide. The latter came to Bun Raite on Ascension Thursday [May 20]. about a week or a fortnight after Mac Con Mara had been slain, and gave battle in ring formation to Sir Richard de Clare and to Sir Maurice Ricebard along with a few of the foreigners of Desmumu and a few of the Gaedil. And although more of these last were slain, they were victorious, and Sir William de Burgo and about twelve or thirteen nobles of those northern foreigners were taken prisoner by them. And Sir John  p.407 de Croke, de Burgo's standard-bearer, and certain others on that side were also slain. But most of them fell in the place where Diarmait Ó Briain caught up with them, i.e. from Cuinche to Luchat.

     AI1311.5

    Murchad, son of Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach Ó Briain, committed treachery against Donnchad son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, king of Tuadmumu, and that crime was a great calamity, for he was a prominent person with a large retinue, destructive [to enemies], and of goodly worth. Although de Clare and Diarmait were in Tuadmumu at that time on a hosting, the murder was not committed by either of them, for according to report, they had no great hand in it, as it was committed because of an old enmity. And the Tuadmumu immediately gave pledges and hostages to Diarmait and to de Clare, and Diarmait was made full king by the foreigners and the Gaedil.

     AI1311.6

    Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach, Mathgamain Ó Lochlainn, Aed Ó Conchobuir, and Lochlainn Riabach Ó Dedaid left Tuadmumu and went to Connachta, and from there were committing injuries against Tuadmumu. And the same William was released by de Clare on certain conditions, having given his word as a knight with other guarantees for the fulfilment thereof in the matter of his return to his former captivity. He did not, however, fulfil the conditions or keep his word as a knight, but came into Tuadmumu with a more numerous army, including many mercenary soldiers, to make war on de Clare and on Diarmait, and to obtain the kingship for Muirchertach. And they drove Diarmait eastwards over the Forgus, and he (William) took the hostages of Tuadmumu for Muirchertach, bringing them with him into Connachta, and he left Muirchertach in Cluain Rámfhata.

     AI1311.7

    treacherous {} was committed {} was taken  p.409 {} one whom he himself had as a soldier, whom he trusted most, and on whom he, of all in the Province at that time, conferred the highest favours. And he [Seoán] brought him by guile from his land to the foreigners, in order that he might be taken prisoner in their house. But the foreigners did not consent to that treachery, for they loathed it. That same Seoán was afterwards despoiled by Domnall Caech Mac Carthaig, and Domnall told the company that he carried out the raid with the connivance of Diarmait. And Diarmait brought Seoán by similar guile from the foreigners houses to the stronghold of Donnchad Mac Carthaigh to seek his consent and that of his son for the imprisonment of Seoán. And he obtained their consent, which was not surprising, for Seoán had previously abandoned Donnchad and his son for Diarmait when Diarmait was contending with them for the kingship for himself, although Seoán's relationship was nearer to them than to Diarmait. They did not consent, however, to Seoán's being taken prisoner by them or in their stronghold, and Diarmait brought him (Seoán) along to the house where he had spent the night, and there took him prisoner together with three of his followers. Diarmait set his people to attack Seoán's stronghold and to raid it again, and they did so in this wise. They carried off in equal numbers dogs and goats, hounds and sheep, beeves and pigs, cauldrons and helmets, vessels of measure and methers, ladles and breastplates, calves and kneading troughs, platters and butter containers, swords and sieves. Nevertheless, that is the most foreign-like, the most disgusting, the most outlandish and the most surprising, the most wretched, the most monstrous and the most cruel, the most exotic and most senseless thing that was done at that time or ever before in this Desmumu. Nor is it remarkable that such an unaccustomed happening should occur while such a young man was reigning, for a wise man says: Alas for a land whose king is a young man or a boy, and whose chiefs feast in the morning!

     AI1311.8

    Seoán Ó Donnchada went into the Church of Mary in Cluain Droichit, and Diarmait Mac Carthaig who had captured him [previously], took him forcibly out of the church.

     AI1311.9

    Diarmait, only son of Carthach Mac Carthaig, was slain by Annud, son of Pilip Ó Súilliubáin, the latter being first wounded by him.

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     AI1311.10

    John de Cogan, a great baron of the Munstermen, rested in Christ.

     AI1311.11

    A General Councill presided over by Pope Clement V, was held in France. To it were summoned in person the bishops of Caisel, Cell Da Lua, Les Mór, Imlech Ibuir, and Cluain, and none of these presented themselves nor sent competent deputies through fear that something disagreeable might happen to them.

     AI1311.12

    Repose of William Roche, whom one of the Uí Briain killed by a shot from an arrow.

     AI1311.13

    There arose at this time in the Order of the Friars Minor a dangerous sect, the members of which were called Sarabaites. They wished to deviate from the common rule of the Order, and desired (they claimed) to sweat under the rigours of a sterner life. Under the guise of religious scruple and false piety they spread the poison of their devilish ingenuity and dishonestly placed themselves, their sect, and their erroneous doctrine under the immediate protection of the Holy See and of certain members of the [Papal] Curia who supported them. On this account the Community of the Order appealed, not unadvisedly, from the aforesaid supporters and the unjust auditors (who had been appointed from among them) to the Pope and the said Council, requesting nonetheless that in the meantime the pernicious doctrine of the others, that enunciated by Friar Peter John, be wholly checked lest from the deadly draught the Lord's flock contract the disease of the erroneous leprosy.

     AI1311.14

    Numerous, indeed, are the evil deeds of this year throughout the whole of Ireland.

     AI1311.15

    A.D. 1311 {} Mac Con Mara and Aed Aradach {} and others from the same territory were slain in battle  p.413 {} on the Thursday before Brénainn's Feast, and on the same day Domnall, son of Domnall(?) Ó Gráda, and many others were also slain. On the following Monday Lord Richard de Clare with an army of English and Irish burned the town of Tulach Uí Dedaid and ravaged a great part of Cenél Fermaic and Cenél Dúngaile, slaying {} there. On Thursday of the following week Lord William de Burgo came with a large army to assist Donnchad Ó Briain, chief of Tuadmumu, against Lord Richard de Clare, whom they engaged in battle on the hill of Bun Raite. Lord Richard's army retreated in flight {}; and eventually Lord Richard departed {} {} vixit ex {} comes Ultonie dominus {}na {}dit {} ex exercitu(?) sit, qui {} comes Ultonie iude {} nullus fuerat {} tuu capto et {} nullis ex exercitu {}In vigilia beati {} Lochlainn Riabach Ó Dea(daid) {} Cenél Fermaic occisus {} du subdiaconi cum fratre {} Diarmaada. In principio ueris proximi {} filii Donnchad Ó Dedaid in-{} Ruad et Ruaidrí per filios {} Dáuíd Ó Dedaid prodicione {} t et isto die indito quia per ufil {} ultimo nominatorum praefatus Lochlainn Ó Dedaid occisus est.

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AI1312
     AI1312.0

    A.D. 1312.

     AI1312.1

    A battle was fought between Donnchad, son of Domnall Ó Briain, with his followers on the one side and Lochlainn Ó hAichir and Cenél Fermaic on the other, in which many were slain and Tadc Luimnig and Muirchertach, son of (Mael) Pátraic Ó hAichir, captured.

     AI1312.2

    Item. On the Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle in the same year Diarmait Ó Briain killed some of the Clann Chuiléin who opposed him on the public highway near Cuinche.

     AI1312.3

    Item. Immediately afterwards Diarmait Ó Briain attacked Bréntír of Cenél Fermaic, ravaged much of the land, and slew some of the Uí Chuiléin.

     AI1312.4

    Item. In the same year the above-mentioned Diarmait entered Echtge, took hostages from Clann Chuiléin, and slew some people and despoiled others. And he drove Muirchertach Ó Briain from the territory and himself took possession of it.

     AI1312.5

    Item. In the same year Lochlainn Mac Con Mara was taken prisoner by Lord Richard de Clare at Bun Raite.

AI1313
     AI1313.0

    A.D. 1313.

     AI1313.1

    Diarmait Ó Briain, chief of Tuadmumu, died and was buried in the habit of the Friars Minor at Inis.

     AI1313.2

    Item. On the day following this Diarmait's funeral Lochlainn Mac Con Mara and Mael Echlainn [were slain] by the Trícha Cét Ó mBlait.

     AI1313.3

    Item. In the same year Donnchad, son of Domnall Ó Briain, and his brother Brian, accompanied by many nobles from Tuadmumu, invaded Uaithne and slew many of the inhabitants.

     AI13131.4

    Item. The same Brian, son of Domnall, entered Ara despite opposition from certain noble's of the territory who were put to flight, and there he captured Aed Ó Conchobuir, Donnchad, son of Congalach Ó Lochlainn, and many others.

     AI1313.5

    Item. In the same year Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, assembled an army from Connachta, entered Tuadmumu, and joined battle with Donnchad Ó Briain and Mathgamain. Muirchertach was victorious, slaying Murchad, son of Mathgamain Ó Briain, and many others along with him. And Mathgamain and his son Brian, were wounded; the remainder took flight, many of them being [also] slain. Muirchertach moved on through Tuadmumu towards Luimnech, and he despoiled many nearby Luimnech; but Donnchad Ó Briain and Mathgamain rallied the country against him, and he again returned to  p.417 Connachta. In the same year also, the territory was divided between Muirchertach and Donnchad aforementioned, and peace was established.

AI1314
     AI1314.0

    A.D. 1314.

     AI1314.1

    Muirchertach Ó Briain captured Brian, son of Mac Mathgamna, and Diarmait his brother, in a skirmish, and put both to death along with a third brother named Tadc, whom he held prisoner in chains.

     AI1314.2

    Item. In the same year the priest Ó Maíl Fhinn(?) was killed by some of the Uí Dedaid.

     AI1314.3

    Item. Lord Richard de Clare went to England, and immediately afterwards Muirchertach Ó Briain began warfare against Donnchad Ó Briain. He assembled a mighty army, including Lord William de Burgo, Lord Thomas Butler, and their forces, and they entered Tuadmumu, and committed many evil deeds principally in Cenél Dúngaile, for there they burned buildings, laid waste crops, killed countless cows, and forced their way into churches. Donnchad Ó Briain together with his brother Brian, and Muirchertach, son of Donnchad, was then driven from the territory to Bun Raite, and Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, took the hostages of Tuadmumu in his stead and burned much of Bun Raite. And a bare fortnight afterwards Donnchad gathered unto him the followers of Richard de Clare, and with the aid of the son of Thomas, and his own brother, and Lord Maurice Rocheford they entered Bun Raite; and Donnchad Ó Briain (himself) took a great prey from the enemy beyond Clár, where some were slain, some captured, and many despoiled. Subsequently the same Donnchad together with the English came through the whole of Tuadmumu and took hostages; and Muirchertach Ó Briain with his following, including people and their chattels, made their way to Echtge. But Lord Maurice Rocheford and Donnchad Ó Briain with his kinsmen and a very large host followed them, and on that occasion Clann Chuiléin was utterly ruined, for buildings and all crops were left in flames, and the church of Tulach was damaged and despoiled of many valuables by some wicked camp-followers. On the morrow  p.419 they pursued Muirchertach to Echtge, but he and the Clann Chuiléin and the sept of Flaithbertach Finn Ó Dedaid abandoned the territory and entered Connachta.

AI1315
     AI1315.0

    A.D. 1315.

     AI1315.1

    The Scots invaded Ireland at the beginning of summer and straightway occupied much of Ulster, destroyed the town of Dún Delcan where they killed many people, and burned other surrounding towns such as Áth Fir Diad and Lugmud. Excepting homicide, however, deeds no less evil were done by an army drawn from different parts of Ireland to do battle with them, in the districts through which the units passed. When these came to the meeting-place at the fixed time which had been arranged, the Scots had retreated secretly beforehand through Ard Macha to Es Craibe on the [river] Banna. When it became necessary for the entire army of Ireland to pursue them to Carlingford and further [north], Lord Richard, earl of Ulster, both because he feared the ruin of his lands and because he believed any addition [to his own troops] to be superfluous, stated: “I have here,” said he, “a force of my own of 36,000 or more, and it is large enough to expel an equal number from the country, or to kill them in it. And since they have invaded my territory, I deem it preferable to proceed against them at my own expense, and to employ my own force to that effect.”

    This he did, for he pursued the Scots to Cúil Rathain on the river] Banna. The latter became alarmed on his approach and burned the whole town save only the monastery of the Friars Preachers, and moreover, they destroyed the bridge so as to deprive him of a suitable passage as he was about to cross over. For those waters could not be forded save at two points, and only when there was excessive drought, which nevertheless did not occur in the above year. The Earl, thus remained on the opposite bank without interference from the enemy, awaiting a fall in the level of the water or a shortage of food among his foes. One of these [expectations] came to pass, for it was reported that in the Scotch camp four quarters of a sheep fetched two shillings sterling. On account of this dearth, however, the people of the countryside, principally Ó Néill,  p.421 Ó Catháin, andÓ Flainn, did not fail to provide for them as best they could. When the Earl saw this, he retreated to Antrim, desiring to procure plentiful supplies for his army. When he was there, about three thousand troops or more secretly withdrew from him without permission, the captain of the latter being Walter, son Lord Walter 'Catus' de Burgo. But, praise God, these were deprived of their horses, arms, and other effects on the road by the Irish of Uí Maine!

    With a view to heartening his men the Earl eventually turned back to Coinnere to oppose the Scots; and there they and their Irish supporters suddenly charged him and his forces about midday before they were armed or prepared for battle, and they wounded and took prisoner William de Burgo along with many other nobles, whom they transported to Scotland. The Earl himself and his men took flight, since none would stand by him. And those who succeeded in crossing by Tráig in Ibuir were able to relate what disasters they had suffered there.

     AI1315.2

    In the same year Ruaidhrí, son of Cathal, did homage to Edward Bruce through ill-will towards the Earl and Feidlimid Ó Conchobuir, who was with him. And after they had departed, Ruaidhrí entered Connachta, burned Sligech and destroyed Corann and Tobar Brigte, burned Ros Comáin, Dun Mór, and Loch Riach,—in short all the towns of Connachta save Áth na Ríg, Gaillim, and Clár. And Ruaidrí was accepted as king that year by all the Irish of Connachta.

     AI1315.3

    Donnchad Mac Carthaig, who had been king of Desmumu, died this year before Christmas and was buried in the Cave of Corcach.

AI1316
     AI1316.1

    A.D. 1316. The Kalends of January on Thursday, the fifth of the moon; a bissextile year, and d was the Dominical Letter {}

     AI1316.2

    Finnguine, son of Dáuíd Ó Caím, is killed at the beginning of this year; also Robert Barret's son by the same person.

     p.423
     AI1316.3

    Ruaidrí Ó Conchobuir was slain in battle this year by Feidlimid Ó Conchobuir, Lord Richard Bermingham, and a large force of English and Irish of Connachta. And this Feidlimid, who had preceded Ruaidrí [as king], replaces him; but on the Feast of St. Laurence he also fell along with many Irish nobles in a great battle in Connachta, etc.

     AI1316.4

    This year also, fell Myles Cogan, chief of the Cogans, with many other nobles in a skirmish in Connachta.

     AI1316.5

    In the same year Donnchad Ó Briain, chief of Tuadmumu, stirred up warfare in Ciarraige, and burned, spoiled, and devastated much of it.

     AI1316.6

    Diarmait Mac Carthaig, chief of Desmumu, came after [him] in the same year and entered Aes Irrais. He spoiled the whole country, burning Daingen Uí Chubais, and destroying all other places in the territory; and he burned the castle of Mag Ó Flaithim and whatever else the aforenamed Ó Briain had left untouched in Ciarraige.

     AI1316.7

    In the above battle fell Tadc Ó Ceallaig, king of Uí Maine, who in his lifetime had no equal among the princes of Ireland; also Muirchertach, son of Murchad son of Mathgamain, and Murchad, son of Murchad. And with the English [in the battle] there were many Irish, such as Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, and even Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach Ó Briain; and, indeed, from the betrayal of the king of Connacht, which is imputed to William de Burgo(?).

     AI1316.8

    In the same year Donnchad is expelled from the kingship of Tuadmumu: the descendants of Tairdelbach entered Tuadmumu after the departure of Brian's sons (that is, when they had invaded Ciarraige), and they subjugated it while the latter were absent, the chief authors of the betrayal being chiefly Clann Chuiléin, and others.

     p.425
     AI1316.9

    Louis son of Philip, king of France, died this year in the summer, leaving his queen pregnant; and it was decided by the procurators of the realm that if she gave birth to a son, he should be king, but that his cousin Lord Philip, Count of Poictiers, was to be regent until his eighteenth year. If the child was a girl, however, Philip was {}

AI1317
     AI1317.1

    A.D. 1317. The Kalends of January on Saturday, the fifteenth of the moon; the first year after bissextile, with Dominical Letter B and Tabular Letter A. (postpunctata); the seventh year of the Decemnovennial Cycle, the fourth of the Lunar Cycle, and the last of the Indiction; has five as the Concurrent, and is the tenth year in the Solar Cycle of Dionysius, and the twenty-first of the Solar Cycle according to Gerlandus.

     AI1317.2

    Warfare breaks out between some of the Cogans and the Barrys, and the lands of Dáuíd de Cócán from Loch Mu-Choba to Bern na hEile are laid waste and burned by the Barrys and some of the Roches. After Candlemas a further prey is taken by them against the same Cogans; and in the course of this raid J[ohn ?], son of Godfrey, is despoiled, his court being burned, and the castle of Mag Oilig is destroyed.

     AI1317.3

    In this year about the middle of Lent Munster is invaded by the Scots, namely by Lord Robert Bruce, who styled himself king of Scotland, and by his brother Lord Edward, who claimed to be king of Ireland. They came through Caisel and A nAenach, proposing to effect a junction  p.427 with the whole Irish army near Saingel, and proceeded to Grunna, but from there they returned to their own country, save only Edward, who remained in Carraic Fergusa. And after the Scots had departed, Donnchad Ó Briain entered Tuadmumu, and with the exception of Clann Chuiléin brought it under his own sway.

     AI1317.4

    Roger Mortimer comes to Ireland as the king's lieutenant, and he deprives some of the De Lacys of their lands.

     AI1317.5

    Subsequently, on the octave of the Feast of St. Laurence, Donnchad son of Domnall, chief of Tuadmumu, is slain by Diarmait, son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, and by Mac Con Mara and Clann Chuiléin. And Muirchertach son of Donnchad, Brian son of Conchobar, Tadc Luimnig, and many other nobles fell on both sides.

     AI1317.6

    This year the election to the See of Caisel of the bishop of Cork and the archdeacon of Caisel, and the requests made for their appointment, are rejected; and the archbishopric is given to the bishop of Osraige, and his bishopric is conferred on a Friar Minor.

     AI1317.7

    There died on the third of the Ides of October this year Lord Cathal Ó Donnchada, dean of Cluain, a man of great learning and reputation throughout Mumu, whose death was a great loss and calamity to the whole Irish Church.

     AI1317.8

    After the following Feast of St. Martin Diarmait Ruad, at the instigation of M. Ó Súilliubáin and others of that sept, rebelled against Diarmait, son of Domnall Óg, chief of Desmumu. And the whole country of Uí Rathach is spoiled by them, and Cormac, son of Domnall Óg Mac Carthaig, and Buadach, son of Crimthann Ó Súilliubáin, are confined in Dairbre. Meanwhile Diarmait Ruad hauled a boat from Loch Bunremair to Loch Léin, and it was captured there by Tadc, son of Tadc Ruad Mac Carthaig, the keepers of the islands, the son of the Dean Ó Donnchada, and Gilla Maenaig Ó Maíl Chatha.

     p.429
     AI1317.9

    The Friars Minor of Corcach are cited as defendants at Corcach; they are summoned to appear in the king's court contrary to common and ecclesiastical law.

     AI1317.10

    In the above year the Uí Shúilliubáin, with the exception of Clann Gilla Mo-Chudu and Clann Gilla na Flann, rebelled against Diarmait, chief of South Desmumu, and deprived him of the sovereignty in so far as they were able.

AI1318
     AI1318.1

    The Kalends of January on Sunday, and the twenty-sixth of the moon thereon. A.D. 1318; Dominical Letter A., and Tabular Letter O. (postpunctata); the second year after the bissextile; the eight year of the Decemnovennial Cycle the fifth of the Lunar Cycle, the twenty-fifth of the Solar Cycle according to Gerlandus, the eleventh according to Dionysius, and the first of the Indiction; has six as the Concurrent, is an Embolismal year, has seventeen as epacts, and thirty-nine as Claves.

     AI1318.2

    Berwick is captured by the Scots.

     AI1318.3

    On the sixth of the Ides of May Lord Richard de Clare is slain in Tuadmumu with four knights and many others by Muirchertach Ó Briain. And in the following autumn a mighty force is collected and marched into Tuadmumu by Lord Maurice, son of Thomas, Diarmait Mac Carthaig, Brian son of Domnall Ó Briain, and by Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach Ó Briain; and this Mathgamain's son, who was formerly a subdeacon in the Order of the Friars Minor and afterwards apostate, is slain there.

     AI1318.4

    In the same year Lord Edward Bruce is slain in the battle of Dun Delgan {} among whom fell Alexander Mac Domnaill.

     AI1318.5

    The Castle of Carraic Fergusa {} Lord John of Áth Í {}

     AI1318.6

    Diarmait Mac Carthaig, son of Domnall Óg {}  p.431 nem contra Diarmait Ruad fi-{} Ruad, in qua parum profuit p-{} de Uí Shúilliubáin per pulcra pro us-{} sa iuramenta eum deceperunt{} recedunt ab eo Brian et t-{} ses sui cum eo. Seoán Ó Donno[cáin].{} cum germano suo convertu-{}um Ruad partem volent-{} et p-{}

AI1319
     AI1319.1

    Kalendae Ianuarii, Anno Dolnini MCCC decimo nono, die Lunae, luna septima{} sed decima secundum veritatem G[erlandi ?].{} postpunctata Littera Tab[ularis].{} communis, et est tertius post bissextum{} Decemnovenalis et sextus Cicli Lun[aris].{} Solaris secundum Gerlandum{} [Dioni]sium, et est secunda Indicti[o].{} currente; et habet viginta quinque{} epacta decem; et septem bo-{} [Tu]admumu et m-{} devicti et divers- ae-{} si inter quo{} et Muirchertach{} taig u- {} Hoc anno{} ain f- {} ado comburitur et multa alia{} ucuriam mulieris custodientis ec-{} comburentis bladum ubi{} [mon]umenta ecclesiae combusta simul cum{} ce deanrato datis per dubes{} Mór Ó Donnchada et bo- {} Mathgamain Ó Donnchada decani{} nt combustae et multi alii libri{} g illeoin comburitur ex consiliis{} et bati proditiose capiuntur{} n est filium Tadc Ruad m-{} magnum recuperatur per ala-{} ceteros de cognomina per{} de Dunkeran usque ad{}  p.433 iii finito et incipien-{} Annuntiationis com-{} adeo cum omnibus edi[ficatis].{} n filius(?) Donnocán{} hastinat{} ad t.ala unim-{} to igne post{} uit combusta{} iccum per pa-{} tniat conver-{} te fuit{} ur die lune{}

AI1320
     AI1320.1

    The Kalends (first) of January on Wednesday. A.D. MCCCXX.

     AI1320.1

    Diarmait Mac Carthaig, i.e. king of Desmumu, was slain by the son of Nicholas fitzMaurice and by other septs, viz. [by] the son of the bishop Ó Samradáin and the Riddels, accompanied by other families, viz. the Uí Chonchobuir and the Uí Fhinn(?). He was slain in the monastery of Tráig Lí, and was buried in Inis Faithlinn a fortnight after his death. And Cormac Mac Carthaig, i.e. his own brother, was proclaimed king in his stead by fitzThomas and by the Desmumu.

     AI1320.2

    Matha Ó Donnocáin was slain in Eóganacht by Maigiu Ó Donnocáin, and was buried in Inis Faithlinn in the same year.

     p.435
     AI1320.4

    Ó Donnocáin Mór, i.e. Maigiu, was slain in the same spring by the Barrys and by his own kinsmen, viz. by Adam and by the sons of Milis Ó Donnocáin.

AI1321
     AI1321.1

    The Kalends (first) of January on Friday. A.D. MCCCXXI.

     AI1321.2

    Mil {} was slain(?), and was buried in Inis {}

     AI1321.3

    A great murrain of the cows of Ireland in the above year, and there was a great famine {} in the same year.

     AI1321.4

    A great hosting by fitzThomas and by Donnchad Mac Carthaig in the above year {} Domnall Cairprech and {} . the Uí Chairpri in general to build the castle of (Dún?) Meic Odmainn. The castle was built by them, and the Uí Chairpri joined them and they gave hostages to him [fitzThomas?], and fitzThomas departed with his hosts. And the Uí Chairpri proceeded to Mullach {} gave battle to the foreigners, and {}many of his followers were slain there; and fitzThomas {}was left, were it not for Cormac Mac Carthaig with the nobles of his kindred and followers {}.

AI1292
     AI1292.1

    Donnchadh Carthainn held the kingship for seven years after Domnall Ruad Mac Carthaig, [from] 1285, Domnall Óg, son of Domnall Ruad, having bestowed it upon him. He died [in] 1292.

AI1328
     AI1328.1

    Diarmait, son of the above Domnall Óg, reigned for eighteen years [from] 1310. He died by treachery in the monastery of the Friars in Tráig Lí.

AI1359
     AI1359.1

    Cormac Mac Carthaig, brother of the same Diarmait above, reigned thirty-one years. He was a year in an encampment against the Uí Chairpri in the castle {}, and ten and  p.437 ninety of his accustomed followers in that year in his own house. He died and was buried in the monastery of the Friars in Corcach.

AI1390
     AI1390.1

    Domnall Óg Mac Carthaig, i.e. his (Cormac's) son, reigned thirty-one years. There was none of his contemporaries, neither foreigner nor Gaedel, more comely, more humane, or more powerful than he, nor was there in his time one of greater {} generosity, prowess, kindliness, or truthfulness. He died in the castle of Loch Léin, and was buried in the same monastery [in Corcach] after a victory of penance and devotion. And no other calamity was so notable at that time.

AI1428
     AI1428.1

    Tadc Mac Carthaig, i.e. son of the above Domnall, reigned thirty-eight years, and of the foreigners and the Gaedil of his time he was the best, the greatest, the {}, and the most reputed(?) for wine-drinking. Nevertheless, he was a son worthy of his father. He died in the castle of Baile Uí Chairpri and was buried in the same monastery, A.D. MCCCCXXVIII. His wife was Sebán, daughter of Garret the earl. She died in Caislén Mac nAeducáin and was buried at Tráig Lí.

AI1450
     AI1450.1

    The Kalends of January on Friday, [and] the twenty-first of the moon thereon.

     AI1450.2

    Eógan, son of Domnall Óg Mac Carthaig, was slain on the third day after Christmas in Cluain Eócháin by some of the Clann Tomais, i.e. by Dáibíd Dub, grandson of Seoán, with his followers and kinsmen; and there was also slain there the son of Donnchad, grandson of Fíngen son of Diarmait son of Domnall Óg Mac Carthaig, i.e. Tathag, and many others were burned along with them on that day, A.D. MCCCCL (1450).

     p.439
     AI1450.3

    In this same year died(?) Fíngen Ó Súilliubáin, erenagh of Achad Dá Eó, and friar Robert Bul, a saintly monk, devout, learned, humane, pleasant, noble, {} i.e. [in] the monastery of Cell Aithe through the great hardship in which (he) was in the above year.

     AI1450.4

    The Kalends of January on Friday, [and] the twenty-first of the moon thereon. A.D. MCCCCL.

     AI1450.5

    There was committed the most wretched, the most downright, the most foreignlike, the most hateful deed ever committed in Ireland until then: Diarmait, son of Conchobar Ó Conchobuir, who had been held prisoner in irons for the previous eight years by the earl of Desmumu, i.e. by James, son of Garret, was maimed and injured (i.e. blinded and emasculated) by Maurice, son of the above James, accompanied by some of the Uí Chonchobuir. And neither the earl, nor his son Thomas, had act or part in that loathsome deed, for as compensation he (the earl) afterwards despoiled those who perpetrated it.

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  • Oxford, Bodleian L, Rawlinson B 503; vellum; s. xi ex (AD 1092); origin Emly. and later; 57 folios; origin Emly and other Munster houses. From the beginning to 1092.5, the MS is the work of a single hand, perhaps that of Diarmait Ó Flainn Chua, bishop and lector of Emly and abbot (r. 1092-1114), or Mael Ísu Ó hArrachtáin, abbot of 17 Emly (died 1092). The MS was continued to the early fourteenth century by some 18 scribes (only six of whom made large contributions). Mac Niocaill, however, suggests that while the earliest stratum may be associated with Emly, the annals may have been continued at Tomgraney, transcribed at Killaloe after the mid-eleventh century, and continued at Lismore from about the year 1119. The MS passed to a West-Munster monastery, most likely Inisfallen, in 1130×1159. There are lacunae 1130-59, 1214-6, 1285-95. The fact that much of the later part of these annals is in phonetic spellings lends them an additional linguistic interest. The MS came into the possession of Sir James Ware (died 1666) some time before the end of the first quarter of the seventeenth century and is described in the catalogue of his books as 'Annales coenobii Innisfallensis in agro Kerriano.' A translation of portion of these annals (1173 [= 1174] to 1281) by Dubhaltach Mac Fir Bhisigh, made for Ware, occurs in London, BL, Additional 4799. Ware has added to this translation the heading: 'Ex Annalibus coenobii Inisfathlensibus apud Kerrienses'. For more details, see Oxford Cat i 201–7.

Editions and translations

  1. R. I. Best and Eóin Mac Neill, The Annals of Inisfallen, reproduced in facsimile from the original MS Rawlinson B 503 (Dublin 1933).
  2. Seán Mac Airt, The Annals of Inisfallen MS. Rawlinson B. 503 (Dublin 1944 [1951]).

Comment on the text, and secondary literature

  1. J. J. O'Farrelly, 'The Annals of Inisfallen', Journal of the Ivernian Society 1 (1909) 110–118.
  2. Edmund Curtis (notice of the facsimile edition), English Historical Review 53 (1934) 169–71.
  3. M. C., review of Best and Mac Neill 1933, Studies Dublin 23 (1934) 169–71.
  4. Edmund Curtis, review of Best and Mac Neill 1933, English Historical Review 50 (1935) 309–10.
  5. Paul Walsh, 'The dating of the Annals of Inisfallen', Catholic Bulletin 29 (1939) 677–82; repr. in idem, Irish leaders and learning through the ages, ed. Nollaig Ó Muraíle (Dublin 2003) 477–83.
  6. Gerard Murphy, review of Mac Airt 1951, Éigse 6 (1948–52) 350–60.
  7. John T. Collins, review of Mac Airt 1951, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 57 (1952) 63–65.
  8. Paul Grosjean, 'Notes d'hagiographie celtique', Analecta Bollandiana 70 (1952) 312–26: 317–26.
  9. E. G. Quin, review of Mac Airt 1951, Irish Historical Studies 8 (1952–53) 168–71.
  10. Joseph Vendryes, review of Mac Airt 1951, Études Celtiques 6 (1953–54) 389–92.
  11. Vernam Hull, The preterite passive plural in the Annals of Inisfallen, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 24 (1953–54) 126–27.
  12. Aubrey Gwynn, Were the Annals of Inisfallen written at Killaloe?, N Munster Antiq J 8 (1958) 20–33.
  13. Roger H. Leech, Cogadh Gaedhel re Gallaibh and the Annals of Inisfallen, N Munster Antiq J 11 (1968) 13–21.
  14. Vernam Hull, The infixed and independent objective pronoun in the Annals of Inisfallen, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 24 (1953–54) 136–38.
  15. Gearóid Mac Niocaill, The medieval Irish annals (Dublin 1975) 24–25.
  16. Francis John Byrne, 1000 years of Irish script (Oxford, 1979), section 3.
  17. Kathryn Grabowski and David Dumville, Chronicles and annals of medieval Ireland and Wales: the Clonmacnoise group of texts (Woodbridge 1984) esp. 3–107.
  18. Timothy O'Neill, The Irish hand: scribes and their manuscripts from the earliest times to the seventeenth century, with an exemplar of Irish scripts (Mountrath 1984) 20—1, 68, 73.
  19. Caoimhín Breatnach, 'Corrigenda to the Annals of Inisfallen', Celtica 18 (1986) 193–198.
  20. Caoimhín Breatnach, 1. The stem mar- for marb- in the Annals of Inisfallen; 2. The treatment of guttural spirants by Anglo-Norman hands, Ériu 40 (1989) 184–186.
  21. Caoimhín Breatnach, Varia VI: Blein for bliadhain in the Annals of Inisfallen, Ériu 41 (1990) 143–146.
  22. Diarmuid Ó Murchadha, A reconsideration of some place-names from the Annals of Inisfallen, Ainm 5 (1991–93) 21–32.
  23. Daniel McCarthy, The Status of the Pre-Patrician Irish Annals, Peritia 12 (1998) 98–152.
  24. Nollaig Ó Muraíle, The celebrated antiquary: Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh (c.1600–71): his lineage, life and learning (Maynooth 1996; rev. repr. Maynooth 2002), 255, 262 (note 51).
  25. Daniel P. Mc Carthy, on his website at http://www.cs.tcd.ie/misc/kronos/chronology/synchronisms/annals-chron.htm offers comprehensive information on two traditions of dating used in the Irish Annals, together with two ancillary articles, 'Chronological synchronisation of the Irish annals', and 'Collation of the Irish regnal canon'.
  26. Daniel P. Mc Carthy, The Irish Annals: their genesis, evolution and history (Dublin 2008).

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